The green certificate for our good is official

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced the proposal of the EU Executive, so that Europeans could enjoy one of their most basic rights: Free movement within the EU, which has been restricted by measures imposed by governments of the Member States due to COVID-19.

The proposal states the issuance of the green certificate. According to European officials, the green certificate does not introduce the obligation to vaccinate but the certification of the health status of Europeans traveling.

Το πιστοποιητικό θα ει προσωρινό και δεν θα χρειάζεται πλέον όταν ο Παγκόσμιος Οργανισμός Υγείας ανακοινώσει επίσημα το τέλος της πανδημίας.

The certificate template will be digital as well as printed and bilingual: there will be the official language of the issuing state and English, and it will cover three types of certificates — vaccination certificates, examination certificates (NAAT test/-PCR or rapid antigen test) as well as certificates for people who have recovered from COVID-19.

The certificates will contain a limited set of information (name, date of birth, date of issue, information about the vaccine - examination - recovery and the unique identifier of the certificate). Data verification will only be used to verify and verify the authenticity and validity of certificates.

One point that has not been clarified with this certificate is whether EU Member States will receive vaccines other than those approved by the European Medicines Agency, such as Russia's Sputnik and China's Sinopharm.

Anyway we got a certificate for our good. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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