The Danish government announced that it plans to launch a digital passport that shows whether its holder has received vaccination against Corona virus, in order to return travel.
Expectations indicate that within three or four months, the digital Corona passport will be ready for use, according to Danish Finance Minister Morten Podskof in statements to The Associated Press.
In turn, he stressed that the most beneficiaries of it will be those who travel on business trips, stressing that by the end of February, Danes must log on to a website and check their status with regard to immunity against Covid-19 disease and whether they have received the vaccine or not.