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Covid-19: A closer look at the EU’s Digital Green Certificate

By France24
29 March 2021   |   3:08 pm
In the show this week, we tell you more about Europe's so-called Digital Green Pass. This vaccination passport will help identify people who have received the Covid-19 jab or are already immune. The EU says it will facilitate safe free movement within the bloc, but the system is already raising privacy concerns among the French.

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