As happened in Andalusia, other communities had tried to apply it in the hospitality industry. However, the Supreme Court overturns the Covid passport to access nightlife, wanting to impose it throughout the Andalusian territory, regardless of the incidence rate
A matter of weeks ago Andalusian Superior Court He did not accept the proposal to introduce the covid passport to access the interior of the nightlife. Faced with this situation, the Supreme Court (TS) has questioned the future of the Covid certificate in restoration after rejecting the measure proposed by the Andalusian Government for nightlife by stating that “it was not well planned.”
As happened in Andalusia, other communities, such as the Canary Islands, Galicia and Cantabria, they had tried to apply it in the hotel and nightlife sector, but they clashed with their respective Superior Courts, being accepted only in the Balearic Islands, with one exception, only for residences for the elderly and access to large events.
The Supreme Court’s decision ratifies the order of the Superior Court of Justice of Andalusia (TSJA), which denied its endorsement to the Order on August 5, Andalusian Ministry of Health and Families, which intended to limit access to the interior of entertainment and hospitality establishments with music, to those people who could accredit a digital Covid certificate from the European Union or an antigen test or Negative PCRmade in the last 72 hours.
The Supreme Court «coincides» with the Superior Court of Andalusia
According to the Supreme Court, the Andalusian Courtz, did it “badly” because it did not justify the measure properly and “wanted to impose throughout the Andalusian territory, regardless of the incidence rate,” they add, as reported by Europa Press. “The request for the Covid passport to access these places may affect fundamental rights such as the right to personal privacy” understood the TSJA.