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Seven EU member countries begin to issue digital vaccine certificates

Source : 112 Ukraine

The documents are now available in Bulgaria, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Poland, Croatia and the Czech Republic
16:38, 1 June 2021

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Governments of seven EU member countries began to issue digital certificates of vaccination. Press office of the European Commission reported that on June 1.

Since this particular day, the documents are available in Bulgaria, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Poland, Croatia and the Czech Republic.

Certain countries decided to launch these certificates only after all respective functions are deployed all over the country.

The digital certificate will let the tourists travel across the EU territory without any limits. The document mentions that the holder was successfully vaccinated from Covid-19, passed the negative-result test, or recovered from the infection.

Related: Sputnik V may be certified in Europe by late June, - Maltese Healthcare Ministry

Earlier, Vice Premier for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration of Ukraine Olga Stefanyshyna claimed that the Ukrainian certificates will be meeting the EU standards and let the citizens travel to the EU. In Ukraine, these are supposed to be issued since late June.

Related: Launch of Covid certificates scheduled for early July,- PM

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