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Brussels says vaccinations will remain voluntary


The European Commission has reassured citizens that vaccinations against Coronavirus will remain voluntary, after Greece suggested the use of vaccination certificates to salvage the tourism sector, sparking fears that people might not be allowed to travel without the COVID shot.

Speaking to reporters following a videoconference meeting with the bloc’s European Affairs Ministers on Monday, the Commission’s Vice-President Maros Sefcovic cited that some people might not be able to get the jab du…

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