EU Travel Update: Booster Jab For EU Travel In 2022
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0:00 EU Travel Update: Booster Jab For EU Travel In 2022
1:26 EU Travel Update: Booster Jab For EU Travel in 2022
Travellers hoping to head to the European Union (EU) or travel
within the bloc may need to get a Covid booster shot nine months after full vaccination, the European Commission proposed in an effort to prioritise vaccination status instead of a traveller’s country of departure as the continent grapples with a surge in Covid-19.
On 25 November, the European Commission proposed a nine-month limit for vaccine validity that would apply for travel within and to the EU.
2:34 Recognise WHO-approved Vaccines
The Commission is also proposing to allow entry to travellers with
non-EU approved vaccines that are recognised by the WHO, including China’s Sinopharm and Sinovac and vaccines produced in India.
Proof of a negative pre-departure PCR test will be required in the case of travellers vaccinated with a
WHO-approved vaccine which is not approved by the European Medicines Agency.
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