In many Member States, the Covid-19 certificate is now required from almost everyone to go to public events or to places such as bars, restaurants, gyms or hotels; sometimes even to enter shopping centres or to take public transport. As seen from the map, children are exempted in all countries but up to different ages. Some countries (such as Estonia) also exempt certain other people, like those, who, for health reasons (on a doctor’s decision), can neither be tested for Covid-19 nor vaccinated against the disease (very limited group). Only a few Member States have not established such a system at national level (shown in dark red on the map). Although it was the first EU country to implement a Corona passport system six months ago, Denmark has now abolished the vaccination, test or recovery requirement in its national law.
As of what age is a Covid-19 certicate required to go to public places or events?
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