Sumary of EU Travel: Boosters To Become A Travel Requirement:
- French residents have their health passport checked AFP via Getty Images As Europe battles a surge in Covid-19 infections, there are plans for booster jabs to become mandatory for anyone traveling in Europe or coming into a European country.
- France went one step further Thursday and announced that its health pass, le pass sanitaire, would cease to work for all adults 7 months after their final dose of the original vaccination.
- In the U.K., Prime Minister Boris Johnson told a press conference (as reported by The Telegraph) that the country was moving towards boosters as the norm.
- Johnson said, “I think what the general lesson is from anybody who wants to travel, you can see that getting fully vaccinated with a booster is going to be something that will, on the whole, make your life easier in all kinds of ways, including on foreign travel.