Vaccination status could set new Covid-19 travel rules in the EU

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The European Union should focus on the vaccination status of a traveller rather than geographic zones for its domestic travel rules, according to proposals from the European Commission that would come into effect in January. European Commissioner for Justice Didier Reynder said in a press release the move is to “avoid diverging measures throughout the EU.” He said a person in possession of the EU’s digital vaccination certificate should not be subject to additional travel restrictions. EU member states should recognize vaccinations as valid for nine months after their course is complete, the E…

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