Estonia ready to shorten the term of covid certificates due to EU discontent

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The nine-month validity period of the coronavirus vaccination certificate proposed by the European Commission is reasonable and can be supported by Estonia. This was reported by the Estonian public and legal television and radio broadcasting with reference to the Minister of Health and Labor Tanel Kiik.

Now it is necessary to agree on a single deadline for a pan-European certificate for those who have had coronavirus. According to the minister, the European Commission expressed bewilderment at the fact that in most EU countries the validity period of a covid certificate is nine months, and in Estonia – 12 months.

Kiik explained that Estonia made such a decision with other countries, since at that moment very few people could say …

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