Hungary has reached a bilateral agreement with Slovakia on mutual recognition of Covid immunity certificates, news site Korkep.sk reports.
Slovakia’s health Minister Vladimír Lengvarský has signed the mutual recognition of immunity certificates between Slovakia and Hungary, Slovakian MP György Gyimesi announced on Facebook.
Once the details have been finalized, the issue will be resolved between the ministries of the two countries within days, the politician said on Thursday.
Therefore, it is currently unknown under what specific conditions those who have a certificate will be able to cross the border.
Korkep.sk notes that the mutual recognition of certificates of immunity was proposed by Hungary weeks ago, but in Slovakia, even the standardization of the format of certificates issued by the various vaccination centers was an unresolved problem up until last week.
Hungary has so far made agreements on the mutual recognition of Covid immunity certificates with Bahrain, Croatia, Czech Republic, Georgia, Mongolia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, Slovenia, and Turkey.
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