The EU has proposed that vaccination certificates be valid for nine months, and has also allowed for boosters to be linked to vaccination passes…
Reuters came out with a piece that says the European Commission proposed that COVID-19 vaccination certificates be valid for nine months following full immunization and that boosters be connected to these certificates.
In a statement, the Commission stated that they are “proposing a stronger focus on a ‘person-based’ approach to travel measures and a standard acceptance period for vaccination certificates of nine months since the primary vaccination series,” and that “the Commission may, if needed, propose an appropriate acceptance period also for vaccination certificates issued following a booster,”.
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