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Citizens can download this official document within the next seven days for testing if the results of their HIV tests are found to be negative.
This passport differs from the so-called “immunity passport”, according to which the traveler can prove that he was infected and recovered by withdrawing the “Copenhagen Post” newspaper.
The Danish document helps demonstrate that the traveler undergoes “Covid-19” checks and that the result is negative in their most recent test.
“We now have a digital document for Danes who have to provide official documents proving that they are free from infection during their trips,” said Danish Health Minister Magnus Hyunke.
The WHO has not commented on the new Danish passport.
The World Health Organization warns against relying on immunity-proof passports, stressing that a person cannot be immune from infection forever.