Digital Green Pass, vaccine passport, EUDCC is mandatory to take part to the practice visits

The EU Digital COVID Certificate (EUDCC), also called the Digital Green Pass, aims to help Europeans travel easily between the 27 member states. It will be available in some non-EU countries, too.

It will consist of information about an individual’s vaccination status, test results or recovery status from COVID-19.

Presented as a QR code, the person travelling can choose to carry either a digital or paper certificate.

The EUDCC allows three different groups freedom of movement: the vaccinated, those who have tested negative for COVID-19 within the previous day, and those who have had and recovered from the virus.

Your national authority will be in charge of issuing EUDCCs to those who qualify. This will arrive in the form of a digital pass that can be stored on a mobile device – but paper versions can also be requested.

Both versions of the certification use a QR code that stores the information and a digital signature which ensures it’s authentic.

You should check your country’s government website for information on how to apply for a EUDCC.

ARCHIVIBE invites everyone to the following rules:

– If you are sick, please stay at home and contact healthcare services if necessary.
– Keep an interpersonal safety distance of at least 1 meter when moving around the practices.
– Be sure to wear the mask during the indoor visits
– Wash your hands often! And if you can’t do it with water, use sanitizing gel.
– Cover your nose and mouth when you sneeze or cough, possibly with your elbow crease, and throw the paper tissues in the basket once used.


More info for EU Citizens here
More info for non-EU Citizens here
More info about ReOpen Europe here




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