A US Cabinet Office minister has dismissed reports customers may need to have the jab to go to pubs or sports events.Michael Gove made the remarks less than a day after a newly appointed vaccines minister said it was looking at the technology. Nadhim Zahawi has been appointed as a new health minister to oversee rollout of the vaccine in England.Banknote maker De La Rue also said earlier this week it was in discussions with several governments about Covid immunity certificates as it hopes to play a part in getting the world's travel industry back up and running.The International Air Transport Association (Iata) said it would urge the UK's vaccine minister to work with other governments on a common standard for certification – to open up travel and avoid the possibility that passengers are obliged to be re-vaccinated.There are no plans to introduce a "vaccine passport" to give people access to places such as pubs and restaurants once a coronavirus jab becomes available, said Michael Gove.The Cabinet Office minister told the BBC: "That's not the plan."