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Wales NHS Covid pass: What is it and how do I get one?

Covid passes will be extended to cinemas, theatres and concert halls as part of Welsh government plans.

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The new rule comes into effect on 15 November .

People in Wales already need an NHS Covid pass to legally enter nightclubs and large events.

Anyone aged over 18 will be required to show the pass to prove they are either fully vaccinated or have had a negative lateral flow test result within the past 48 hours.

So how do you get a Covid pass, how will they work and how does Wales compare with the rest of the UK?

What is classed as a nightclub?
The Welsh government says any venue that can serve alcohol, is open between midnight and 05:00, and where music is provided for dancing will need to check for passes.

That means it could cover other venues not traditionally considered nightclubs that have a late licence.

Venues can either apply the pass rules from when they open their doors, or when they open their dancefloor.

How do I get an NHS Covid pass?
The NHS Covid Pass is available digitally but you need to register for an NHS login via the website.

You will need to upload a photo of your ID (passport, full UK driving licence, full European driving licence).

This will allow you to produce a Covid pass using a smart phone, a computer or laptop.

Your NHS Covid Pass includes a barcode. The expiry date refers to the barcode and will update automatically. It does not apply to your vaccination status.

It's worth noting that in Wales, you cannot get the pass via the NHS app, as this is only valid in England. This is also different to the NHS Covid-19 app which alerts you if you've been close to someone with the virus.
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Old 01-14-2022, 09:53 AM
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The fastest way to get an NHS COVID Pass is to apply online. The NHS COVID Pass can be downloaded and printed. The NHS COVID Pass lets you securely share your COVID-19:
vaccination records
test results
You must:
be aged 16 or over
be registered with a GP in Wales or England
You will need to upload a photo of one of the following:
full UK driving license
full European driving license
You may also be asked to record a short video of yourself.
Get your NHS COVID Pass (on nhs.uk) from the NHS UK website. You need to use this link if you live in Wales. You cannot use the NHS app to get the COVID pass as this functionality is for NHS England only. Once you have downloaded your NHS COVID Pass, the barcode will be valid for 30 days. This will update automatically every time you log into the service.
If you need a paper copy of your NHS COVID Pass you can download a pdf of your pass and print it. This will be valid for 30 days and will renew every time you log on and you can print a new copy.
If you are unable to access the digital version or do not have a photographic ID, you can request a paper certificate. This paper certificate has been designed for international travel but will be a piece of valid evidence for entering a domestic venue or event. The paper NHS COVID certificate only provides evidence of full vaccination.
Paper certificates can only be issued if:
you have had a full course of the COVID-19 vaccine (you should wait 5 days after your final dose before requesting it)
you are aged 12 or over
Call 0300 303 5667 to request a COVID Pass (please only request this if you are unable to use the digital NHS COVID Pass).
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