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Checks for "Green Certificates" in Bulgaria Start Tomorrow

This was the last weekend without fines in restaurants if you do not have a green certificate. The promise of the health services is to start intensified inspections and fines from tomorrow.

In order to meet the new requirements, owners of restaurants in Plovdiv are already opening points for quick tests.

How to Install the Covid Green Certificate on your Phone

The requirement to present a covid vaccination certificate when visiting establishments and other public places has made many people remember that they have one, but it is on paper or as a pdf. Others have yet to be vaccinated and will receive one. However, here are some smart ways to make it easy to use over the phone.

Govt adopts decree on Covid certificate checks

Ljubljana – The government has adopted a decree setting down the method of checking compliance with the recovered-vaccinated-tested rule. Under a decision made at a correspondence session on Wednesday, the user scanning the Covid certificate QR code using a relevant app will have access to the certificate holder’s name and year of birth.

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EU Digital COVID Certificate to become available for download in Romania on July 1

The European Union Digital COVID Certificate will become available for download in Romania on July 1 on certificat-covid.gov.ro, senior official with Romania's Health Ministry Andrei Baciu told AGERPRES on Monday. Baciu added that those who do not have access to the internet will be able to obtain the certificate with the aid of their family physicians or the public health directorates.

European Commission Greenlights Digital Green Certificate for Safe Free Movement inside EU

The Commission tabled on Wednesday a regulation on a digital green certificate, a "temporary" measure supposed to facilitate safe free movement inside the EU during the Covid-19 pandemic. It will verify that a person has been vaccinated against Covid-19, received a negative test result or recovered from the virus infection.

Bulgaria: On March 1 Restaurants Reopen but Citizens Should Be Wary of Virus Hazard


On March 1, restaurants and entertainment venues reopen for customers. By order of Bulgaria's Minster of Health, the dining establishments are required to work at no more than half their seating capacity, with no more than six customers per table. 

Meanwhile, the staff is required to wear face masks. The restaurants are allowed to work until 11.00 pm.