How long does the green pass last?

How long does the green pass last?

The rules established by the European Parliament set the duration of the green pass at 9 months after the second dose of vaccine and 6 months for those recovered from Covid-19

The European Parliament classroom in Strasbourg (Photo: Paolo Giandotti / LaPresse) The European Parliament has approved the regulation that will establish, starting from July 1st, the green pass called Eu digital certificate Covid-19, to certify vaccination, recovery or the negative outcome of a Covid tampon -19 when traveling between European Union countries. Europe is therefore a step closer to finalizing the initiative that will allow people to travel with fewer restrictions. The text will have to be formally adopted by the 27 countries, signed and published in the Official Journal of the bloc. It will be in effect for 12 months, upon expiry of which the green pass should hopefully no longer be necessary.

The duration of the green pass

The certificate will be one for all member states and will be issued by national authorities. For those who have received the vaccine, the pass is valid from the fifteenth day after the administration of the first dose - for those countries that accept travelers with a single dose - and for 9 months from the second (only vaccines approved by the European Agency for medicines, currently AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson).

For those who have a certificate of recovery it will be valid for 6 months from the positive result obtained with a molecular swab test (Pcr). Those who have not received the vaccine or are not in possession of a certificate of recovery, will be able to travel without quarantine obligation (in general, then it is necessary to see if the States will adopt specific limits) in the 72 hours following a negative PCR test. If a quick swab is used, then the window is 48 hours.

New rules

Pending the official entry into force of the European pass, several countries have already begun to lift some restrictions and to issue travel certificates. This is the case in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Croatia and Poland, which are already connected community gateways. Athens has also already lifted all restrictions on travelers from the United States and the United Kingdom if vaccinated. In addition to all European travelers already vaccinated, L

France is also accepting those from countries considered safe, namely Australia, South Korea, Israel, Japan, Lebanon, New Zealand and Singapore. Spain, on the other hand, opened to vaccinated Europeans from 7 June, while Switzerland from 31 May. While Denmark only accepts those who have completed the vaccination cycle for at least 14 days and no later than six months. Countries that continue to require quarantine or swabs are Portugal, Austria, the Netherlands, Ireland, Belgium and Iceland. On the other side of the ocean, the United States has eased travel restrictions to over 110 countries, including Italy, for all vaccinated people.

In Italy

In Italy, the pass will be made available through the Io app (for public administration services) and Immuni (for contact tracing). It will also be issued to those who have only received the first dose of the vaccine, but in this case it will only be possible to travel to European countries that do the same thing. For example, Denmark will only accept travelers who have completed the vaccination course, so you will only be able to enter the country after the second dose of all vaccines, except Johnson & Johnson which is single-dose. Our country has already passed the technical tests for the activation of the European green pass and the Minister of Technological Innovation, Vittorio Colao, told Corriere della Sera that it may be released before July.

Medicine - 3 hours ago

What we (don't) know about the origins of the coronavirus

adsJSCode (" nativeADV1 ", [[2,1]]," true "," 1 "," native "," read-more "," 1 "); Tech - 4 hours ago

In Europe Google will no longer be the default search engine on Android

adsJSCode ("nativeADV2", [[2,1]], "true", "2 "," native "," read-more "," 2 "); Medicine - 5 hours ago

The impact that the Covid-19 pandemic has had on drug use in Europe


Coronavirus Europe Vaccines vaccine AstraZeneca-Oxford Coronavirus vaccine Johnson & Johnson vaccine Modern vaccine Pfizer BioNTech vaccine Travel globalData.fldTopic = "Coronavirus, Europe, Vaccines, AstraZeneca-Oxford vaccine, Coronavirus vaccine, Johnson & Johnson vaccine, Modern vaccine, Pfizer BioNTech vaccine, Travel"

This opera is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

Powered by Blogger.