Hong Kong (China) on February 24 implemented vaccine passports, requiring people 12 years of age and older to receive at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Residents will have to present a certificate of vaccination to enter locations including supermarkets, malls and restaurants.
In Southeast Asia, Malaysia begin the transition, treat COVID-19 as an endemic disease and open borders to international visitors. Visitors who only need to present a certificate of full vaccination will not need to be quarantined when entering the country.
Singapore has also fully opened its doors to vaccinated visitors. Visitors only need to present their vaccination certificate in English to be allowed to enter the country. There are specific requirements such as a second shot at least 14 days from departure time. Vaccines must be recognized by WHO and approved for mixed injection.
From the summer of 2021, countries Europe put into use vaccine certification electronics of the European Union. The certification allows people from 27 EU countries to use software on their phones to prove they have been vaccinated, tested negative or recovered from COVID-19.
However, the current trend in Europe is that countries are lifting all travel restrictions, which do not require vaccination certificates. This is because when vaccination rates are high, the requirements related to vaccine passports may no longer be necessary.
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