The European Union suggests that vaccination cards are valid for nine months from the date of the second dose of the vaccine when traveling within member states, unless someone requests a booster dose by then. Bloomberg.
The paper also notes that the European Commission recommends that member states accept EU citizens who have been vaccinated with EMA-approved vaccines without restrictions. They are also asking member states to open it on January 10, 2022 for travelers from all countries that have received World Health Organization (WHO) approved vaccines. For Hungarians, this is important because the World Health Organization has already approved two Chinese vaccines, Sinopharm and Sinovac.
Under the revised rules, children between the ages of 6 and 17 can enter the European Union with a negative test, whether or not they have been vaccinated. However, member states may require retesting or even quarantine. The Commission is expected to formally present its proposals on Thursday afternoon, which can then be submitted to the European Council.
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