LLM replied on 22/11/2020 12:09
Posted on 22/11/2020 12:09
Today, whilst having a clear-out, I came across a comprehensive list of vaccinations I received over the many years I was travelling abroad. The certified list included the date each vaccine was given, by whom, where, and the vaccine type, quantity, batch and dates effective from and to. In fact all the info needed to prove I was protected. Only once did it come in useful when I was able to travel into and out of a particular country area because I was ‘covered’.
It set me thinking about the coming (I hope) CV 19 vaccine(s). Will those of us be able to travel abroad because we have been vaccinated? Will we need to prove this and if so how? Will we need different vaccines for different countries and/or areas? Will we need more than one jab? Will insurance companies want proof of vaccination before providing medical cover? Will there be an international gold standard vaccine, or will different countries choose different types as their preferred option? Okay, I don’t know the answers and I doubt if anyone else does but I do wonder just how long it will be before we can return to freely and safely travelling the world, or even Europe.