The EU officials plan to include Sputnik V vaccine in the register of drugs that enable the receiving of the so-called coronavirus passport after the vaccination. The document provides the right for free movement within the EU as Bloomberg reported.
“The EU Covid Card/digital green certificate will comprise three documents that will specify if the holder has gotten a vaccine and which one; the results of a coronavirus test if taken; and details on whether they have recovered from a Covid-19 infection,” as the source reported who is familiar with the European Commission’s draft regulation.
Besides, the journalists noted that the EU is striving to develop a system that will allow 27 member states, and countries in the European Economic Area, to reopen their doors to travel, as well as preventing an escalation in the spread of the coronavirus. Thus, last month, the leaders of the EU agreed the joint scheme of the certificates of the vaccine that is the priority for depending on tourism countries such as Greece and Cyprus.
As we reported, the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) signed the agreement with Swiss Biopharmaceutical Adienne Company on the production of Sputnik V vaccine against Covid-19 in Italy.
Currently, Sputnik V vaccine is registered in Russia, Belarus, Argentina, Bolivia, Serbia, Algeria, Palestine, Venezuela, Paraguay, Turkmenistan, Hungary, the UAE, Iran, Guinea, Tunisia, Armenia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ghana, Lebanon, Myanmar, Pakistan, Mongolia, Bahrain, Montenegro, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Gabon and San Marino.