Bahrain, Hungary reach mutual recognition of Covid-19 vaccination

SourceGulf Insider
SectorHealthcare
CountryBahrain

The governments of the Kingdom of Bahrain and Hungary have reached an agreement regarding mutual recognition of vaccination, effective from 3 May 2021.

Under the agreement, individuals fully vaccinated with a vaccination certificate will be exempted from quarantine and granted access to locations restricted to fully vaccinated individuals.

The identification of travellers and verification of their right to travel will be carried out digitally, streamlining entry into both countries while strengthening tourism, trade and economic links between Bahrain and Hungary.

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