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Ryanair has launched a coronavirus “travel wallet” into which passengers can upload documents showing they have had a vaccination or negative test result.

The airline which has hundreds of flights to the island during the summer is one of a number of organisations that has been developing an app of this sort in order to enable people to travel more freely when restrictions are lifted.

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Chief executive Michael O’Leary revealed to MPs last week that the airline was building its own “travel wallet” due to fears over delays in getting an international solution approved.