Travel: the European Union wants to limit the validity of the vaccine to nine months to enter its territory

According to a document that the financial news agency Bloomberg was able to consult, the European Union wants to limit the validity of coronavirus vaccines to nine months for travelers to the EU.


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LThe European Union wants to limit the validity of coronavirus vaccines for travelers to the EU to nine months. This is what emerges from a document that the financial news agency Bloomberg was able to consult. Europe also wants to give priority to vaccinated travelers. These proposals are expected to be officially announced later today Thursday.



The European Union would suggest that member states continue to welcome all travelers who have been vaccinated with products that have received European approval. The introduction of a validity limit for vaccines would mean that a booster would be required after the nine-month period.


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