Following on from the Covid status certification evidence paper published on 29 September this paper provides an update of the evidence available at 16 November focusing on the potential impact of a range of options for expanding the vaccination certification scheme.
It adopts a four harms approach covering the direct harms of COVID-19, the indirect health harms and the social and economic harms. Evidence is drawn from clinical and scientific literature, from the first four weeks of the operation of the exiting scheme, from attitudinal data and from international experience. The methodology adopted is outlined in Annex A.
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