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Vaccine passports will probably become redundant as more people are inoculated against COVID-19, and efforts to create a common standard are stymied by differing entry requirements, the head of the world’s biggest airline alliance said.

“There’s no way that this has been integrated in one place,” Star Alliance Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Goh said in an interview in Singapore. “If you look to the future, if we were all vaccinated, or if we were all 90% vaccinated, why would you get a vaccination certificate? There will come to a point where maybe you don’t really need this.”

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