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EU countries requiring vaccine passes for public venues as COVID-19 cases spike Updated: 2021-07-26 17:03:52 KST

The global total of COVID-19 cases topped 194-million on Monday with the Delta variant continuing its rapid spread.
Due to fears of a spike in cases some European countries have tightened their border controls and have imposed restrictions against people who are not vaccinated.
On Monday, France approved a law requiring proof of vaccination for people to go to restaurants as well as for any domestic travel.
It has also made vaccinations mandatory for all health care workers.
In Italy, a vaccine pass is required when visiting museums, going to movie theaters or gyms.
Germany has imposed in stricter quarantine rules for people arriving from Spain and the Netherlands and Malta has banned entry to unvaccinated travelers.
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