European Union now recognises COVID-19 vaccination certificates issued by Georgia.
The EU is now also accepting COVID certificates from two other non-EU countries – Moldova and Serbia.
Today, we welcome Georgia, Moldova and Serbia in our #EUCovidCertificate system.— European Commission ???????? (@EU_Commission) November 15, 2021
49 countries and territories in five continents are now connected to the system – hereby strengthening confidence in safe travel inside and outside the EU! ????
A total of 49 countries’ COVID-19 vaccination certificates are now recognised by the EU, of which 22 are non-EU countries.
European Commissioner for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Oliver Varhelyi announced the news in an interview with Radio Liberty Georgian service earlier today.
The EU recognises all three certificates of Georgia – vaccination, testing, and recovery.
Georgian citizens are able to enter EU countries based on COVID-19 certificates issued in Georgia starting today.