EU Suggests ‘Expiry Date’ For Vaccine Passports And 3rd Shots For Summer 2022

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The EU Commission recommended a “nine-month expiry date” on COVID vaccine passports for travel beginning Jan. 10, 2022

With a validity of only up to 9 months, millions of EU residents will unable be to obtain COVID travel passports in January unless they get a booster shot.    

This means that most people who are currently double-vaccinated would be considered unvaccinated for summer next year. 

“We propose a validity of nine months for the European anti-COVID certificate and beyond

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