Covid-19 vaccines under restrictions in Europe as Delta variant spreads – .

Covid-19 vaccines under restrictions in Europe as Delta variant spreads – .

European governments worried about the rapid spread of the Delta coronavirus variant are pushing and in some cases pushing people to get vaccinated by introducing restrictions on the daily lives of people not vaccinated against Covid-19.
In most cases, vaccination is still not compulsory, with a few exceptions such as nursing staff in Italy. Yet by excluding the unvaccinated from aspects of daily life such as dining inside restaurants or the gym, governments are seeking to make life more difficult for people who refuse to be vaccinated.
Governments have the dual objective of overcoming the hesitations of people who do not have an uncompromising ideological stance against vaccinations, while removing the need for further blockages that would harm European economies. Politicians and public health officials are pushing the idea that vaccination equates to more individual freedom, not less.
The tool used in most countries of the European Union to separate the vaccinated from the recalcitrant is the Covid-19 digital certificate, which has different nicknames in different countries.
The certificates, called green passes in Italy and health passes in France, were primarily designed to facilitate travel between countries, but have now found widespread use. They have a unique QR code and can be printed or stored on a mobile phone. In most countries, they are also accessible through official mobile phone apps for coronavirus contract tracing.


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