The European Parliament officially adopts the digital green certificate



A certificate consisting of three contents, which is a certificate of vaccination, a negative PCR test result or proof of immunity after being infected with COVID-19 has been issued in 9 European countries.

The European Parliament (EP) has officially adopted the European COVID-19 digital green certificate, a document in paper or digital form that will facilitate travel across the EU and the Schengen area from this summer.

 On June 9, the EP said that at the plenary session in Strasbourg, the application of digital green certificates involving European citizens received 546 votes in favor, 93 votes against and 51 abstentions.

The European Parliament officially adopts the digital green certificate

The European Parliament officially adopts the digital green certificate / Ph: Instagram@dggolfguide

 These documents must be formally approved by the Council of Europe, before taking effect on July 1.

 The certificate consists of three contents: a certificate of vaccination, a negative PCR test result or proof of immunity after having contracted COVID-19, showing that the holder of this certificate does not spread the disease.

 Officially known as the "European Union Digital COVID Certificate" after being referred to as a "green certificate," the document is issued by one member state and must be accepted by other countries as valid evidence.  This document is available free of charge in paper or electronic form.

 In fact, these are three different certifications, which can be integrated into one document for the same person including a "vaccination" certificate, a "testing" certificate or a "recovered" certificate.

 The data shows the identity of the owner, details of the vaccine used (what vaccine, how many doses), type of test (PCR, rapid antigen), results and implementation date.

 According to the regulations, this is not a travel document.  The purpose of the certificate is to serve as proof of vaccination or screening that is issued in Member States and is interoperable and identifiable with each other.

 An entry with this certificate will not have to undergo quarantine or testing when entering another EU member state.

 For those who have recovered, in the short term, recognition can only take effect from the 11th day after the first positive test by PCR.

 Later, depending on the scientific evidence, the European Commission will add recognition of antibody tests or rapid antigen tests to the scope of the "recovery" certificate.

 To date, more than 1 million people in Europe have received the “EU Digital Certification of COVID.”

 Nine EU countries have issued this certificate, which includes Greece, Spain, Croatia, Germany, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Lithuania and Poland.

The European Parliament officially adopts the digital green certificate

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