How the European green pass works

How the European green pass works

European Parliament and member states have reached a provisional agreement on the new Eu digital certificate Covid-19, which will come into force in the summer

The European green pass Green light to the European pass to certify vaccination, recovery or l negative outcome of a Covid-19 swab when moving between EU countries. The European Parliament and member states have reached a provisional agreement on the new Eu digital certificate Covid-19, following the trilateral meeting between Parliament, the Council and the European Commission. Now, the text will have to be examined by the Parliament's Civil Liberties Commission on May 26th. If it is approved, it will then be submitted to the vote of the Parliament and the Council and should enter into force on July 1st.

The digital certificate, which can be used on a smartphone or in paper format, will certify vaccination, recovery or the negative outcome of a Covid-19 swab. This will allow the authorities to check the state of health of travelers, based on the information provided by the country of origin. The certificate does not preclude the right to free movement and does not constitute a travel document, but will serve to avoid having to submit to tampons, self-isolation or quarantine regimes, for entry or exit from the various member countries and non-EU countries of the Schengen zone (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland).

White smoke: we have a deal on the Commission's proposal on the EU Digital Covid Certificate.

I welcome today’s provisional agreement reached by @Europarl_EN and @EUCouncil.

We delivered on this new tool in record time to safeguard #FreeMovement for all citizens.🇪🇺

- Didier Reynders (@dreynders) May 20, 2021

The new agreement rejected any proposal to make the tests necessary to obtain the certificate free, if one did not undergo vaccination. However, an allocation of 100 million euros has been foreseen to purchase tampons for frontier workers and essential ones. Member states will be obliged to accept all certificates issued by European countries to people subjected to vaccines approved by the European Medicines Agency (Ema). In addition, national authorities will be able to decide whether or not to accept vaccination certificates relating to vaccines authorized in an emergency by the World Health Organization (WHO).

To prevent fraud or falsification of certificates, they are electronic seals have been prepared that will certify their authenticity. Furthermore, to protect the privacy of individuals, the data contained in the certificates cannot be stored by the member states in which you travel and a central database will not be created at European level.

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