The Green pass or digital European Covid certificate that should exempt travelers within the EU who hold it from testing and / or quarantine obligations will be valid “fourteen days after the last dose” of the anti-Covid vaccine and, for recovered from the coronavirus, for 180 days starting from the positive PCR test. For the tests, however, the molecular ones will have a validity of “72 hours”, while the rapid ones will be “48 hours”. This was explained by the European Commissioner for Justice Didier Reynders presenting, at a press conference in Brussels, the new proposal for a recommendation for travel to the EU, requested by the European Council last week in view of the summer season. Read also Fully vaccinated persons, i.e. with two doses for AstraZeneca, Pfizer / BioNTech and Moderna and with one dose for Janssen (J&J), who hold the certificate, should be exempt, traveling, from testing and quarantine 14 days after receiving the last dose. The same must apply to people who have recovered and who have received only one dose of vaccine, considered sufficient for protection from the disease. Garavaglia: “Green pass from June 15” June 15: it will be an IT model, but until it comes into operation it can be replaced by a paper document “. Tourism Minister Massimo Garavaglia explained this today during a meeting with the President of Veneto, Luca Zaia and the tour operators of the region. And the minister then underlined that “in Europe we will travel with three rules: vaccine, buffer, or antibodies. The important thing is that the rules are clear and simple”.