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Wait, the Chinese have an offer:

 

China eases visa rules for recipients of its vaccines

BEIJING (Reuters) - China said on Monday it will simplify visa applications for foreign nationals who have been inoculated with Chinese-made COVID-19 vaccines, its latest small step towards normalising international travel.

https://whtc.com/2021/03/15/china-eases-visa-rules-for-recipients-of-its-vaccines/

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50 minutes ago, sm1mex said:

Europe will only accept Pfizer. Moderna and J&J to come into their countries. In case you plan to travel. 

Will you please explain your statement. I understand that only those vaccines seem to be available there BUT...

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2 hours ago, sm1mex said:

No. vaccines available are not the issue where you live. Only European countries will accept proof of Pfizer Moderna J&J vaccine into their countries. Sinovac and Sputnik vaccine will not be able as proof of vaccine to enter into the EU. 

SHOW US A LINK TO A RELIABLE SOURCE, PLEASE!!

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3 hours ago, sm1mex said:

No. vaccines available are not the issue where you live. Only European countries will accept proof of Pfizer Moderna J&J vaccine into their countries. Sinovac and Sputnik vaccine will not be able as proof of vaccine to enter into the EU. 

So Russian and Chinese diplomats, business travelers, and tourists are not allowed into Europe?  Russia is Europe!!!

Doesn´t sound right to me.

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4 hours ago, sm1mex said:

Europe will only accept Pfizer. Moderna and J&J to come into their countries. In case you plan to travel. 

I think you are confused between which vaccines the European Union has chosen to order and give to their population ( the ones you listed plus Astra Zeneca which a few have put on hold now), and what you will need to have as proof of vaccination possibly down the road to enter European countries.  There is talk of a "vaccination passport" or some thing similar, but nothing is agreed to at this point. For now proof of vaccination is not required and it may never be agreed to that it is necessary.  All countries are using different vaccines and no country is going to say that they will only let travelers in if they have had specific brands of vaccines. 

https://www.etiasvisa.com/etias-news/eu-vaccine-health-requirements  

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yes gimpy the man is confusing the vaccines that are approved to give to the Europeans , he should have included Astrazeneca which my sister got yesterday and was put on hold today... She feels really good about that one!.

They will look further into Astrazeneca and will release it again if the death by blood clots is not significant.. The Chinese and Russian vaccines are not authorized yet  over there.

As far as travelling there you need a negative covid test, they are not talking about vaccines yet.

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