Even if the European Union excluded Moldova from the green zone, several European countries, including Italy, will allow our citizens to travel based on vaccination certificates.
Even if the European Union excluded Moldova from the green zone, which allows Moldovans to cycle freely, several European countries, including Italy, will allow our citizens to travel based on vaccination certificates. At the same time, vaccination certificates issued in the EU are recognized in our country and foreigners can have access to their base in restaurants and bars. For now, however, it is not known exactly how the authenticity of these documents issued both abroad and in our country will be verified.
Ala NEMERENCO, MINISTER OF HEALTH: “Our vaccination certificate was known in Italy.”
Thus, Moldovans vaccinated with a serum approved by the European Medicines Agency can travel freely in Italy, but also in other European countries including Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Spain, Germany, Austria, Switzerland.
Ala NEMERENCO, MINISTER OF HEALTH: “More than half of the EU countries recognize our vaccination certificate, just like the Italian Ministry of Health. There are some countries that, regardless of where they come from, ask for the test. It is the decision of each country. “
The vaccination certificates of foreigners are also valid with us and allow them access to restaurants and bars. It is not yet known how the authenticity of these sanitary permits issued abroad, but also of the Moldovan vaccination certificates will be verified.
Ala NEMERENCO, MINISTER OF HEALTH: “We do not have an electronic Green PASS, we are working on it. Therefore, any certificate, regardless of its presence, on a phone, another mobile device or on paper is accepted. “We are working on the digitization of some elements related to the vaccination process. It will be an application that any device will recognize, the simple method of scanning the QR code. ”
What is certain is that from the first of October, only vaccinated people will have access to restaurants and bars. But that does not make Moldovans immunized. So far, more than 700,000 people have been vaccinated in our country, and thousands of doses of the vaccine expire in the coming months. Meanwhile, Moldova also received 32,760 (on screen) doses of Pfizer, which were to be distributed proportionally in all vaccination points in the country.