Tropical diseases

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, 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.

Slovenia test-introduces digital Covid certificate in trail phase

Ljubljana – Slovenia test-introduced the European digital Covid certificate today, while the system will be fully up and running next week, Health Minister Janez Poklukar told the press on Thursday.

For registered uses with digital identity, the certificate will be available on the zVem portal this evening.

Bulgaria’s Chief Health Inspector Alerts to Insufficient Vaccination Rate

The inoculation against the coronavirus continues, but the current vaccination rate is insufficient, this country's Chief State Health Inspector Associate Professor Angel Kunchev said for BNT. 70%-75% of the population needs to get vaccinated, in order to contain the spread of the virus. "If we fail to do so, we will pay the price later", noted Angel Kunchev.

Mitsotakis: ‘We invested in the national health system and fared better than richer countries’

At the start of the coronavirus pandemic, Greece closed its border to all travel earlier than other countries, thus avoiding the full effect of the pandemic's first wave, noted Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis at the online conference "Beyond the Pandemic: A Radical New Approach to Health Security", held on Tuesday.

Health Minister Approved EU Digital Certificate for Bulgaria

The caretaker Minister of Health, Dr. Stoycho Katsarov, approved with his order a template of the EU Digital DIGITAL COVID CERTIFICATE for the disease COVID-19.

This was announced by the press center of the Ministry of Health. The certificate is valid from the 15th to the 180th day from the date of the first positive PCR test for COVID-19.