The Government is currently trialling the use of COVID-19 vaccine certification across the UK, both for international travel and for use domestically in the UK, and James Grundy MP has launched a new survey to residents of the Leigh constituency so they can have their say on this important issue.
Whilst the use of COVID-19 vaccine certification has been ruled out as mandatory criteria to attend hospitality venues, such as pubs or restaurants, as well as on public transport, the conversation continues on the need for certification to attend larger scale events such as concerts and sporting events.
After receiving increased numbers of emails from people expressing their views on COVID-19 vaccine certification, often referred to as “COVID-19 passports”, the Leigh MP launched his COVID-19 vaccine certification survey, in order to enable more of his constituents to be able to inform their representative what they believe is the right approach for the Government to take.
Speaking about the launch of his new survey, Mr Grundy said:
“I know that this is an issue that many local residents feel strongly about, many either raising their concerns on the potential implications of this or voicing support about the public safety benefits the COVID-19 vaccine certification approach could hold.
“This is why I am running this survey, so that the people of Leigh can tell me what they think about these proposals.
“The survey is live and accessible on my website, alongside being shared on my Facebook page. For those who might struggle with using the internet, please either leave a voicemail or send an email to my office and a member of my team can help talk you through this survey so you can have your say on the matter.”
To complete the survey, please visit: https://www.jamesgrundy.org.uk/covid-19-vaccine-certification-survey.