In a statement, the Council of Ministers announced that the decree-law on the Covid-19 digital certificate now requires rapid antigen tests to be carried out within 24 hours, instead of the current 48 hours.

The test certificate will now certify that the holder has been subject to "a nucleic acid amplification molecular test (NAT), in the last 72 hours, with negative results" or to "a rapid antigen test, in the last 24 hours, with negative results", according to the statement from the Council of Ministers.

Regarding vaccination, the Covid-19 digital certificate will now certify the completion of the primary vaccination series more than 14 days and less than 270 days since the last dose, with a vaccine, or the booster dose.

According to the Government, the rules regarding the certificate of recovery are maintained.