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The validity of COVID-19 certificates issued when traveling within the European Union (EU) and entering from third countries is being reviewed.
Axar.az reports that the statement came from European Commissioner Didier Reynders at a briefing in Brussels.
According to him, the EU intends to limit the validity of the certificate to 9 months. The duration will be calculated from the second dose and a third booster dose of the vaccine will be required, in the absence of the third dose of the vaccine, the certificate will not be valid.
The decision was made against the background of a significant increase in coronavirus infections in Europe recently, as well as on the basis of scientific evidence.
The rules, which will come into force on March 1, 2022, will also apply to the age group from 6 to 17 years.
In addition, a negative PCR test result will be required on all flights.
2021.11.26 / 09:31