Now that most Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted across the UK and more than 39 million people have been fully vaccinated, we can enjoy more freedoms. But to access many public places and services, you may need to have an NHS Covid Pass to show you have been vaccinated, have tested negative for Covid-19 or have immunity from it.

You will also need to prove you have had both vaccines if you are staff working in a Care Quality Commission-registered care home in England. However, what should people do if they cannot be vaccinated or tested due to medical reasons?

Digital Horizons explains who is exempt from using the pass, how to access venues if you are, and how their new NHS Covid Pass exemption card can help.

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