It’s nice to be recognized | The EU accepts Covid-19 vaccination certificates from San Marino

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The EU has recognized San Marino vaccine certificates as equal to the Digital COVID Certificate. Reportedly, over 90% of the vaccinated population of the country are inoculated with the Russian-produced Sputnik V jab.

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