COVID-19 vaccine approvals could affect European travel plans

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There’s good news for thousands looking to travel in the European Union as the bloc looks to roll out a new COVID-19 vaccine passport system.

But there’s a road block: people wanting to travel will have to have received a vaccine that has been approved for use in Europe and that excludes many people, including the nearly 300,000 Canadians who received the AstraZeneca/CoviShield vaccine produced at the Serum Institute of India, despite some experts saying it is biologically identical to the AstraZeneca vaccine produced by Oxford University in the U.K.

Redmond Shannon explains what this could mean for travel in the EU for hundreds of thousands going forward.

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