About three in four corporate travel suppliers, intermediaries and buyers believe that for international flying, governments should require passengers to prove they have been fully vaccinated against the virus that causes Covid-19. 

In the Global Business Travel Association's October survey of 503 business travel professionals around the world, 69 percent said they supported vaccine mandates for conferences, meetings and events; 65 percent for rail travel; 65 percent for domestic flights; 53 percent for eating in restaurants; and 51 percent for staying in a . . .

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