Plan to issue a health pass for travel to the European Union. The European Union’s governing body unveiled plans to issue a green certificate to make safe travel between the 27-nation bloc possible.
European leaders will discuss the Code 19 travel documents during next week’s summit. However, European Commission Chief Arsala von der Leyen has immediately outlined the highlights of the project. Which is expected to help tourism, cultural programs and other troubled sectors during the summer.
This certificate will show that the person who has this certificate. Has either been vaccinated or has recently tested negative for the coronavirus or that he is infected with the coronavirus he said. He has recovered, so he has antibodies in his body. He added that the results of the certificate. Which includes a minimum of data. Would be available in all EU member states in an orderly manner.
Remember that the idea of a code passport is controversial for a number of reasons. One reason for this is that so far a small number of EU citizens have received a dose of the vaccine.
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The European Union has said it will not allow discrimination. Their information will be kept private by European laws will comply with and they will be abolished after the global epidemic.
It should be noted that some EU member states. Have previously proposed other similar passports. The two-member countries are Greece and Cyprus. Whose economies depend on tourism. The two countries have announced a vaccine passport agreement with Israel.
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Some countries do not agree with the idea of such a passport. During a recent meeting in the French city of Montauban. Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez backed the travel document. Saying it would boost tourism, but French President Emmanuel Mechwan expressed his concerns.
Some EU citizens are expressing their concerns over such a document. Yuan Nabat, a student studying policing and private affairs at the University of Bordeaux. Said such travel documents would not protect citizens’ private information because they provided too much information.