Britons who test negative for Covid twice a week should receive ‘Freedom Pass’ – Dateway

Britons should be given Covid ‘freedom passes’ as long as they test negative for the virus twice a week, it has been suggested.

Details of the program are still being worked out by officials at Whitehall, who hope it will get the country back to normal within the next year.

To get the Freedom Pass, people will need to be tested regularly and, provided the results are negative, they will then be given a letter, card or document that they can show people when they travel.

The certificate would be stored on a phone, sources said, and would allow people to lead relatively normal lives until the government’s immunization program is up to par.

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It would even allow the British to escape without wearing a mask, it is believed, and visit family and friends without the need to distance themselves socially.

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A source told The Telegraph: ‘They will allow someone to walk the streets, and if someone else asks why they are not wearing a mask, they can show the card, letter or an app. . ”

It comes after former health secretary Jeremy Hunt threw out his support for the concept of a “freedom pass”.

His proposal suggests far fewer tests, however, with calls for Brits to be tested only once a month before receiving their certificates.

The former health secretary called on ministers to come up with “appropriate incentives” for people to get tested, self-isolate and receive a vaccine.

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