The Dutch government’s plan to scrap the “corona pass” for unvaccinated people faced strong opposition in the country's parliament. (Shutterstock)
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The Dutch government’s plan to scrap the “corona pass” for people not vaccinated against COVID-19 faced strong opposition in the country’s parliament, including from within the ruling coalition.
The pass, which grants access to indoor public venues, is now available to people who have been vaccinated, have recovered from COVID-19 or have tested negative for the virus. Under a new proposal put forward by caretaker Prime Minister Mark Rutte, the last option would be dropped.