Talks about the possibility of introducing vaccine passports in Wales are ongoing, Wales’ First Minister Mark Drakeford has said.
The news comes as the Wales Millennium Centre has called for a decision on the matter to be made “urgently.”
The Welsh Conservatives said talk of vaccine passports in Wales was “unnecessary” as there was “a review ongoing at a UK level”.
The Welsh Liberal Democrats said they were opposed to vaccine passports, calling them “divisive and discriminatory”.
Plaid Cymru said a domestic vaccine scheme posed “ethical and practical questions”.