Fake Passports Will Cause Problems

Dec. 2, 2021, 2:14 p.m.

From 3 December vaccine passports or certificates will be part of the Covid-19 response in Aotearoa but there have been questions raised around the fraud protection of these passes. Dr Andrew Chen of The University of Auckland talks to us about the vaccine passes and how it is possible for people to get away with using fake passes. Dr Chen says that there is an app for businesses or events to scan the QR code on the pass however not all places are required to do so and only need to view the pass itself. You are not required to show a pass at the supermarket or other essential businesses but if you want to visit the barbers or go to close contact events like concerts you will need to present a vaccine pass.

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