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Madeira permits passengers holding COVID-19 vaccine passports to enter

Christian Fernsby |
Portugal’s archipelago of Madeira has opened its doors to all travellers vaccinated against the Coronavirus and those who can prove that they fully recovered from the deadly virus in the previous 90 days.

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Travellers who have taken the vaccine against the Coronavirus disease must present a vaccine certificate to authorities in Madeira, which among others is valid at their home countries, and includes their personal data such as their name, date of birth, type of vaccine as well as some other detailed information, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports.

Authorities in Madeira have announced that over 22,000 residents have taken the vaccine against the Coronavirus pandemic. Madeira’s administration has stressed that it plans to immunize 60-70 per cent of its population by the end of this year.

Madeira’s government data show that the territory has registered fewer than 7,500 confirmed cases and 64 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic.


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