EU member states aim to agree on vaccine certificates for travel by mid-June

Bloc secures 1.8 billion more doses of Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine to be received fully by 2023

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has received the Covid-19 vaccine at the HSE operated Vaccine Centre in Cork City Hall. Video: Twitter/@@MichealMartinTD

European Union member states will aim to agree on digital vaccination certificates to ease travel in the bloc by June 21st, Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte has said.

“The timetable now would be that we all hope that by the 21st of June… there is an agreement,” Mr Rutte told journalists following a meeting of EU leaders.

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