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Scots holidaymakers without booster jab 'could be banned from European hotspots'

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Scots holidaymakers could be banned from travelling to a number of European holiday hotspots if they have not received their Covid booster jab.

The European Union’s health agency is expected to reveal new travel guidelines which will be based on the vaccination status, instead of the country of origin.

Guidance will state how long vaccinations should remain valid for and how it will impact recipients' freedoms to enter venues and travel around, the Mirror reports.

France recently announced an expiration date on vaccine certificates. From December 15, anyone over 65 will be allowed to take trains, enter restaurants and attend cultural events if they have evidence of their booster vaccination.

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