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Australians traveling to parts of Europe should still check their vaccination status with local authorities before they can soak up the full range of attractions, but the app used by locals does not recognize Australian digital certificates COVID-19.
As industry warns that red tape is hampering international travel, Health Minister Mark Butler will meet his G20 counterparts on Monday to discuss potential solutions, including ways to “reduce barriers for travelers when crossing borders”.
A pilot project to test ways for their countries to recognize each other’s vaccine certificates will be on the agenda as leaders work to restore trade and return to normal across the G20, which includes Australia, Brazil, Canada, the United States and the European Union. .
The meeting of G20 health ministers will also discuss efforts to vaccinate developing countries with a significant delay.
While an international COVID-19 vaccination certificate generated through MyGov is sufficient to enter most European countries, laws that exclude unvaccinated people from restaurants, bars and other places are widespread.
Locals flash EU COVID digital certificates via QR codes on their smartphones, but the app used does not recognize Australian COVID-19 digital certificates.