Italy recognises Covishield; travellers jabbed in India eligible for Green Pass: Indian embassy in Rome

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Italy has become the latest EU member to recognise WHO-approved Covishield, after several others like Germany, Switzerland, France and Spain. Indian vaccine card holders are now eligible for GreenPass, The Indian embassy in Rome tweeted Friday.

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