All economic activities are subject to 50% vaccination of staff etc
Ljubljana – Slovenia and Hungary have agreed to mutually recognise their respective Covid-19 vaccination certificates, the Slovenian Ministry has announced. A vaccination certificate issued in one country will have the same legal effect as the one issued in another, in line with the internal national legal orders.
Lawmakers adopted on Thursday the EP's negotiating position on the proposal for a certificate to reaffirm the right to free movement in Europe during the coronavirus pandemic.
Renaming the proposed by the Commission 'Digital Green Certificate', MEPs agreed that the new "EU COVID-19 certificate" should be in place for 12 months and not longer.
"Even in the previous order on the anti-epidemic measures, the first point is my proposal to extend them by another month. Yes, there is a slight decline in morbidity, but there is no way to contain the pandemic until the end of April. The restrictions will probably have to be in place until the end of May," said for BNT, Chief State Health Inspector Assoc. Prof. Angel Kunchev.