EU proposes ‘Vaccination certificate validity period of 9 months’
The European Union and the European Commission have proposed that the validity period of the COVID-19 vaccination certificate used in the region be up to 9 months after completion of vaccination.
The EU Commission said that it is proposing this in consideration of measures such as ensuring safe and free movement and ‘boosting shots’ by member countries in response to the recent surge in COVID-19 infections.
According to the AFP news agency, Didier Lender, the legal officer in charge of the legal department, explained, “If the booster shot is not given after 9 months from the completion of the vaccination, the effectiveness will not be recognized.”
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