The EU recommends limiting the validity of COVID certificates to nine months

The European Commission advised to limit the validity of the EU COVID certificates to nine months (EU). This is reported by TASS.

Related materials 00:01 – 8 September “Lack of vaccines is a shame” The acute phase of a pandemic can drag on for years. How can humanity defeat the coronavirus? 00:01 – 26 September “Merkel leaves bedlam behind” Pro-Russian nationalists are entering the Bundestag. How Germany will change after the elections? November.

The nine-month validity period of the certificates has been recommended by the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control. The European Commission also recommended receiving booster doses of the vaccine six months after the introduction of the main part of the drug.

The EC stressed that restrictive measures, such as tests and quarantine, should not be applied to certificate holders. The restrictions are also required to exempt children under 12 years of age and citizens making “important trips.”

Earlier on November 25, it became known that from March 1, 2022, the European Union will allow entry to everyone who has had coronavirus or was vaccinated with drugs. approved by WHO and the European Medicines Agency (EMA). Entry rules will depend on the status of the traveler, not the country of departure.



Leave a Reply