EU & Israel Accept COVID Cards
By Micah Halpern
Thursday September 16, 2021
Countries around the world are beginning to create agreements allowing for travel – as long as the travelers have COVID certificates.
Israel and European Union have agreed on mutual recognition of their certificates for coronavirus vaccinations. The move enables Israelis in Europe to apply for and receive local green passes which will give them the ability to enter restaurants, cultural events and public buildings. European citizens will enjoy reciprocal status in Israel.
The problem with the agreement is that it allows each EU country to decide on its own, whether or not it wants Israelis - it does not prevent individual countries within the EU from restricting entry to Israelis.
Despite that caveat, this is an important step toward normalization even as the world is witnessing spikes in the Delta variant.
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