Coronavirus: EU urged to adopt joint ‘vaccine certificates’

Greece and Austria are urging other EU states to adopt a common Covid vaccination certificate, which could help revive Europe’s stricken tourist industry this summer.

 

In a virtual meeting EU leaders are also discussing how to speed up vaccinations. The EU’s slow vaccine rollout has been widely criticised.

 

Greece and Israel already have digital vaccination certificates.

 

But France and Germany are wary, as the data on infectiousness is incomplete.

 

Source: Jordan News Agency

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