The European Parliament wants EU countries to ensure free-of-charge testing and exempt green pass-holders from additional travel restrictions.
Global vaccine programmes need protection to avoid mass outbreaks of diseases other than COVID-19, the World Health Organization has warned.
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The British Overseas Territory has become one of the first places in the world to ease restrictions including outdoor mask wearing
European leaders will hold a videoconference Thursday where the vaccine rollout and the transatlantic relationship will be just some of the issues discussed.
The warning from Jens Spahn comes on the day several countries including Germany resume AstraZeneca vaccinations after a four-day suspension.
Merkel's chief of staff says Germany can return to full normality in the summer if vaccine manufacturers keep to their delivery pledges and no new coronavirus mutation upends vaccination plans.
The London cricket club Lords has been a vaccination centre since mid-January and an iconic gay nightclub in Paris started hosting tests this weekend.