European Union extends covid passport until 2023
15 June, 2022duguech
The European Union is extending the covid certificate until 2023, but that does not mean the return of restrictions for travelers.
The Brussels agreement means that health authorities will be able to reclaim the covid passport from travelers for another year if they deem it appropriate.
The vaccination passport was introduced in June 2021 to boost the movement of travelers in the European Union and revive tourism. After a year in force, most EU countries have eliminated its requirement, except France, Portugal and Finland, where travelers must show the vaccination certificate, antibody certificate or negative test.
Covid is still present in Europe, and therefore health authorities have agreed to use the covid certificate if necessary.
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* It should be taken into account that the regulations of any of the countries analyzed, as well as the established procedures, may change at any time and without prior notice.
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