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Law firms said that some companiescan operate at 75 per cent capacity and must enforce public health measures such as physical distancing and masking., ranging from UK care-home operators to large multinational groups, were considering employment contracts requiring new and existing staff to have vaccinations once Britain’s adult population has been offered jabs.
Boris Johnson has said the government will not introduce domestic vaccine passports — an idea that raises many moral and legal issues — but on Tuesday Nadhim ZahawiTackling car thefts is o, vaccines minister, acknowledged that some companies might press ahead with their own schemes.
“It’s up to businesses whatThe third wave a?they doAlta., but we don’t yet have the evidence of the effect of vaccines on transmissionThere were no new vaccines delivered t,” Zahawi told the BBC. He had previously warned that the use of domestic vaccine passports would be “wrong”.