EU vaccination certificate valid for nine months without booster

The European Union’s COVID vaccination passport is to be valid for nine months without a booster. This regulation is binding for the 27 member states as of February 1st, according to a decision by the EU Commission, as the authority announced on Tuesday. After a booster vaccination, the validity is extended indefinitely so far because there is not yet sufficient information about the duration of protection by the boosters.

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