The Biden administration has announced that it plans to end the pandemic’s classification as a public health emergency on May 11.
As of 1 February 2022, the new rules start applying on a standard acceptance period of 270 days for EU Digital COVID vaccination certificates used for travel within the EU.
The European Commission adopted rules relating to the EU Digital COVID Certificate, establishing a binding acceptance period of 9 months (precisely 270 days) of vaccination certificates for the purposes of intra-EU travel.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called for caution in response to a European Commission Recommendation that the EU Digital COVID Certificate (DCC) should only remain valid for up to nine months after the second
Cambodia has lifted all quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated international travellers entering Cambodia from 15 November.
Israel updated its coronavirus rules on Sunday. To be considered fully vaccinated in Israel, people must have received a booster shot.
The European Commission today announced the creation of a Digital Green Certificate to facilitate safe free movement inside the EU during the COVID-19 pandemic.