Vaccination passport approved in the EU – News

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The EU’s COVID Digital Certificate (EUDCC), which should be activated to minimize travel restrictions within the European Union, takes it one step further. The European Parliament gave its official approval yesterday with 546 votes to 93. The certificate will enter into force on July 1, after the approval of the Council of the EU, which consists of the member states, in the coming days. At this stage, citizens of third countries can also benefit from the certificate, which is intended to facilitate movement within the EU, subject to conditions. EU countries have also started to ease restrictions on non-essential travel for vaccinated third-country nationals, regardless of certification.

WHAT IS IN THE CERTIFICATE?

The certificate, which will be in digital or paper format and free, will include information on whether the person has been vaccinated against COVID-19, a negative test result, or whether they have recovered from the disease. The certificate will be valid for 12 months from July 1.

CAN WE TRAVEL UNVACCINED?

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Since getting vaccinated is not mandatory, it will not be a prerequisite for traveling within the EU. Therefore, the certificate will contain data other than the vaccine.

IS THE TYPE OF VACCINE IMPORTANT?

Vaccines approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) will be automatically accepted. The EMA has so far approved the BioNTech / Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson and Moderna vaccines. Member States will be able to recognize vaccines other than those which have received this approval, if they so wish. This includes nationally approved vaccines and vaccines approved by the World Health Organization.

WHERE WILL IT APPLY?

Citizens of all EU Member States and foreigners residing in EU countries and their family members will be able to apply for a certificate and the certificate will be valid in all EU countries.

CAN TURKS APPLY?

Citizens of third countries, including Turkey, who will be traveling to the EU, can also apply for the certificate, but it is not mandatory to obtain this certificate. The request will be made to the authorities of the country where the trip will be made. If the documents to be submitted are accepted, a certificate will be issued.

EU VACCINE RELAXATION

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EU countries have also started to ease restrictions on non-essential travel by vaccinated third-country nationals, regardless of certification. France, Spain, Italy and Greece are among the countries which have taken this step. Vaccines approved by the European Medicines Agency or on the World Health Organization’s emergency list will be able to travel within the EU. The traveler must have completed the vaccination process at least 14 days prior to travel.

FRANCE AND YAPTIRANA KAPILARINI AÇTI

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Since yesterday, France has taken the third step of its standardization plan. While indoor use of restaurants and cafes is permitted with a capacity of 50% and a maximum of 6 people seated at a table; Indoor areas such as gyms, museums, indoor pools, and open spaces such as zoos and amusement parks have been reactivated at 50% capacity. Tourists who have received at least two doses of vaccines approved by the European Medicines Agency, who received a negative PCR test result in the last 72 hours, or who were caught and recovered from the coronavirus 90 days ago at the latest, will also be able to enter the country.

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