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EU Considering A 9-Month Expiration Date For All Vaccine Passports

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The European Union is considering adding a nine-month expiration period to its vaccine passport.

The argument for the expiration date is that the vaccines’ effectiveness reduces with time and so a passport to participate in society can only last nine months since the last shot.


On Thursday, the European Commission, the executive arm of the EU, proposed the updates to the vaccine certification program, including an expiration date.

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