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EU to propose 9-month limit on Covid vaccine validity for travel

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PCR Test As an additional safeguard, proof of a negative PCR test would be required for all travelers who have been vaccinated with a WHO-approved vaccine that is not approved by the Europe’s drug regulator, and for recovered travelers, according to the proposals.

Under what the commission calls “a streamlined approach," as of March 1 the EU would make travel fully dependent on the status of the traveler and not on the country of origin -- member states should allow in only vaccinated, recovered or essential travelers.

The March timeframe is aimed at giving non-EU countries time to further increase their vaccination rates. Some of the current thresholds for including countries on the list from which non-essential travel is allowed would

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