Germany: Lufthansa has no plans to require a certificate of vaccination against coronavirus

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The management of the German airline Lufthansa said that, unlike the Australian competitor Qantas, it does not plan to introduce an obligation for passengers to present a vaccination card with evidence of a vaccination against coronavirus.

It is not currently planned to introduce this precautionary measure, a corporation official said on Tuesday. In addition, the governments of the countries are responsible for the conditions of entry into the country. To begin with, the authorities must wait for the vaccine to be approved in Europe and draw up a plan for distributing the ordered doses to the country’s population. Carrying out any measures before the start of mass vaccination is pointless.

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce has previously said that the company he runs will only transport coronavirus-vaccinated passengers on intercontinental flights only after the vaccine becomes available. The decision on whether this requirement will apply to domestic flights has not yet been made.

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