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Old 08.07.2021, 09:50
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Re: covid cert(ifcate) app

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It's 14 days for Italy, so I'm good since Tuesday.

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This is why people are so confused.. different countries, different definitions, rules, testing regimes etc...
There should be just one WHO accepted set of criteria which every UN member country signs up to.
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This is why people are so confused.. different countries, different definitions, rules, testing regimes etc...
There should be just one WHO accepted set of criteria which every UN member country signs up to.
France called on to other European countries not to recognize vaccines from China and Russia, while Switzerland recognizes the whole WHO list including Chinese vaccines. They will never come to an agreement.
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Re: covid cert(ifcate) app

I don't think that's an issue. As I understand it, the question is accepting the certificate as a proof of ... the data contained in it, no more and no less. The certificates shall indicate the vaccine(s) provided and the dates. Whether the other side (for instance EU) accepts that vaccine or that date since the last dose (now we speak abut these 14 days, but in some months we may be speaking of ones accepting you are immune for 6 months and others for 1 year or more).

It sounds confusing, but for me it is not certificate = fully vaccinated, it is certificate = trustworthy data. And then each one can apply their rules.
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Re: covid cert(ifcate) app

Let's hope the app has been properly reviewed from a security perspective and doesn't end up like the other vaccination website...
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Re: covid cert(ifcate) app

Is it not possible to print it and carry a paper copy as a backup. I read Italy will accept paper copies following an outcry from people who did not have mobile phones or had old ones which cannot display anything other than the number and SMS's.
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Is it not possible to print it and carry a paper copy as a backup. I read Italy will accept paper copies following an outcry from people who did not have mobile phones or had old ones which cannot display anything other than the number and SMS's.
I carry a printout.

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Re: covid cert(ifcate) app

Seems the EU is on board.

"The European Commission has given the green light to the Swiss Covid certificate, it announced in Brussels on Thursday. The Swiss certificate will therefore be recognised by all EU countries. The European certificate has been valid in the EU since 1 July.

From Friday, Swiss citizens who wish to travel to an EU country, Iceland or Norway during the summer holidays will be able to present their Covid certificate when entering the country. The QR code in the certificate indicates whether a person has been vaccinated, tested or cured.

This will make it easier to travel to Europe, but not remove all barriers: the various entry regulations remain in force. For example, there is no uniform EU-wide validity period for PCR tests and there are different regulations as to when the vaccine protection of a vaccinated person is recognised as fully valid.

In many countries it is also necessary to fill in an entry form."

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https://www.bluewin.ch/fr/infos/inte...se-789125.html
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