Coronapas must be a driver’s license – not an entrance ticket

In a joint letter to the government, the party leaders of the Liberal Party, Conservative Party, Danish People’s Party and Liberal Alliance propose that a plan be drawn up for a phased phasing out of demands for corona passes.

At the same time, party leaders want to change the way the corona passport works.

Instead of requiring companies to see a valid corona passport, it should act as a driving license, where it is the responsibility of the holder of the passport to have a valid corona passport when checked by the authorities.

“This means that we think we must take seriously that the corona passport is a hindrance and a restriction of freedom for many people,” says the Liberal Party’s chairman, Jakob Ellemann-Jensen.

“We recognize that the Corona Pass has provided an opportunity to open up some sections of society that the left would not otherwise have agreed to open.”

According to the chairman of the Danish People’s Party, Kristian Thulesen Dahl, the wish is also about the corona passport not accidentally becoming a permanent condition.

“It’s so with the things that are made here under the corona that the systems turn out to be some good tools, and then they are not phased out as they should.”

“Therefore, it is important for us to maintain the position that coronapas is, of course, a temporary measure.”

According to the parties, the current rules for when to use coronapas are too extensive.

Instead, according to Alex Vanopslagh, political leader of the Liberal Alliance, they should be directed to a much greater extent at events where there is a risk of mass infection in a larger assembly.

‘The use of the corona passport today is too far-reaching. Today, we demand that coronapas be used if two people are to go down to play badminton or in the swimming pool, “he says.

“There we wanted the corona passport to be used for the risky activities.”

The party leaders do not fear that the incentive to be tested will disappear if you switch to that model.

“That incentive is still there in the short term. If you go to the gym, to restaurants or other things, then you must be able to show it if you are asked about it, “says the Conservatives’ chairman, Søren Pape Poulsen.

»But instead of requiring those who run the companies to check it, the Danes must take responsibility themselves. We believe that the Danes can take it. “

/ ritzau /

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