EU states want vaccination certificates to be valid for nine months

EU states want to limit the validity of COVID vaccination certificates for travel to nine months, according to insiders. A commission representative and an EU diplomat told Reuters news agency on Thursday that EU governments are expected to agree on this as early as this Friday. However, some countries with lower vaccination rates are still concerned about the impact this could have on travel, a third EU diplomat said.

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