(by Tyler Durden | Zero Hedge) – COVID case numbers are already starting to decline in southern Africa, seen as the epicenter of the omicron explosion, but that hasn’t stopped the EU from further tightening restrictions related to travel. Because according to Reuters, the European Commission on Tuesday agreed to new rules that will make the EU’s COVID vaccine travel passport (what they call a “travel certificate”) will be valid for nine months after the completion of the “primary vaccination schedule” – which right now only includes the first two doses. The new rules will be binding for all 27 […]

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