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6/28/21

Covishield was not recognized in the 'vaccine passport'; Only Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson were approved.





No entry into Europe for Kovishield recipients:  





Adar Poonawala said- A large number of people in India have taken cove shield, we will solve the problem soon



The world's largest vaccination campaign is being launched in India to combat corona. Under this campaign, most of the people in the country are getting the covishield vaccine of Serum Institute of India (SII). However, Kovishield has not yet been approved by many countries. One important piece of news that has come to light today is that a person receiving the Covishield vaccine is not eligible for a European Union (EU) green pass or vaccine passport. It is to be noted that the vaccination certificate is to be used for the vaccine passport from July 1.

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In fact, many EU member states have begun issuing digital vaccine passports, allowing Europeans to travel freely. A vaccine passport for a traveler is proof that the person has taken the vaccine. Earlier, however, the EU said member states should issue vaccine passports without having to worry about which vaccines they have received.

The EU has approved the vaccine The
European Medicines Agency (EMA) currently approves only four covid vaccines, including Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson. Can travel to Europe. The AstraZeneca Kovishield made by SII in Pune has not been approved by the European Authority. However Kovishield has been approved by the WHO.

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What does Adar Poonawala say?
Commenting on the whole controversy, SII CEO Adar Poonawala said, "I realize that a large number of people in India have been vaccinated with covishield vaccine, so many people going to Europe are currently facing this problem. We should try to solve the problem in time.


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How the EU's Green Pass will affect Indian travelers The
European Union is working on a 'Joint Digital Certificate' for people who have been vaccinated against corona or who have just had a corona test or who have recovered from a corona infection. Such people are being given a free certificate from the European Union, which will also have a QR code with security features. Having this certificate means that people do not have to go through quarantine or testing of additional cores while traveling in European countries.


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Many EU countries have already begun using the system, including Spain, Germany, Greece and Poland. Other countries have started using it from July 1. Although it is not yet clear how much impact this certificate or vaccine passport will have on Indian travelers, as this passport is exclusively for EU citizens, but people from other countries can also take this certificate.

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