European Parliament wants travel "vaccine passport" by the Summer

In the European Parliament MEPs have agreed their position on a Covid-19 travel certificate.

The Parliament set out its position on a certificate for easier safe traveling during the pandemic, which would show whether a person has been vaccinated, had a recent negative test result or recovered from Covid.

MEPs want no additional restrictions such as quarantine or testing for travellers holding the EU Covid-19 certificate. They also called for access to “universal, accessible, timely and free of charge testing”. The aim is to reach an agreement in time for the summer.

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