Hugo de Jonge, the Dutch Minister of Health, has announced that beginning in February 2022, the country’s authorities would only accept COVID-19 immunization certificates that show the possessor has had a booster shot.
As a result, the Netherlands will reduce the validity of vaccination certificates from 12 to nine months, and individuals who do not meet this criteria will be subject to additional entrance requirements. Enjoyed this post? Never miss out on future posts by following us.
The Dutch government‘s decision to reduce the validity of vaccination permits, which will take effect on February 1, follows the European Union Commission’s recommendation to adopt an individual-based approach and a standard for vaccination certificate acceptance.
The Commission recommended that Member States refuse to accept vaccination certificates issued more than nine months ago. However, the EU Member States must work together on this issue and make a common conclusion.
The Czech Republic’s authorities declared earlier this week that the validity of COVID-19 vaccination certificates would be shortened to nine months only, similar to the Netherlands. As a result, beginning in January 2022, only those who have had a booster vaccine will be deemed fully vaccinated when entering Czechia.
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