Commission 'bomb' proposal - Third vaccine needed for intra-EU travel
This practically means that one has to travel to Europe and be considered fully vaccinated
According to secure information from MEGA, the Commission has in progress a proposal, which it may bring even within this week, for the introduction of the third installment in the vaccination certificate.
This practically means that in order to travel to Europe and be considered fully vaccinated and therefore have the 5th certificate, one must have done all three installments.
Under current law, the Covid certificate for travel within Europe lasts one year and then expires. With this new proposal from the Commission, the use of the certificate will be extended beyond the summer of 2022.
It is worth noting that on Thursday, 18 November, the changes that will be made regarding the European Digital Certificate will be discussed in the European Parliament. Covid-19.
The Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs discusses with the Commission the implementation of the digital certificate Covid-19 in the EU Member States, as well as recent changes in countries such as Austria and France regarding the validity of vaccination certificates, and the impact of changes on freedom of movement.
It is recalled that the EU regulation on the digital COVID certificate came into force on 1 July 2021. EU citizens and residents can receive and verify their digital COVID certificates throughout the EU through the dedicated platform in each country.