Estonian PM: ‘Vaccine certificates are a way of doing things faster’

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    It’s a Baltic nation well known for being technologically ahead of the curve. And Estonia is living up to that reputation by launching a digital vaccine certificate, easily generated on smartphones. But how will Estonia’s e-document work with certificates in other EU countries? And how many advantages should vaccinated people have in the EU this summer over those who have not received the jab?

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