Until the EU-wide pass, known as the digital green certificate, is launched, countries “should be able to accept certificates from non-EU countries based on national law”, the European Commission added. This decision would include “ability to verify the authenticity, validity and integrity of the certificate and whether it contains all relevant data”.
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