German Minister for Europe Michelle Roth said on Tuesday that The European Union must reconsider the idea to provide people with vaccinated against COVID-19, more freedom to travel and reconsider the idea of vaccination certificates.
Roth added that there is now reason to believe that the people who received vaccine pose a lower risk to others with regard to the transmission of viruses.
During an EU ministerial meeting in January, European Commission Vice-President Maroš Šefković hinted at the possibility of introducing “electronic vaccination certificates“while Roth himself noted at the time that it was vital to determine whether vaccinated people could still transmit the virus to others.
Greece has introduced a digital vaccination certificate, one of the first in the EU
It is not mandatory, it will simply facilitate movement without restrictions
The Special Envoy of СЗО on COVID-19 David Nabaro explained earlier that he expects “some kind of” immunization passport to be issued in the future.
Britain is already considering vaccination passports for retailers and British tourists.
Greece and Israel have agreed that Covid vaccinated tourists will travel freely, and Israel has decided to ease the blockade of almost 50% of those vaccinated against coronavirus.
Bahrain launches digital vaccination passport for Covid-19
Denmark and Sweden will launch similar digital programs in the coming weeks
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