EU plans to lift Covid quarantine rules for vaccinated from 1 July

Deadline set for all 27 EU countries to accept digital passport in time to enjoy a ‘safe and relaxing summer’

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The starting pistol has been fired on a “relaxing” summer holiday season for people living in the EU from 1 July, as Brussels proposed lifting all quarantine obligations on those who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

From Tuesday, a system will be ready to allow member states to issue a digital Covid passport to citizens proving their status and freeing them up to travel.

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