Well that wasn’t too bad, if I may believe your holiday stories. Of course, some readers may still be held up in customs offices, chained to a desk leg by an overzealous official, because they were unable to produce the correct QR code. But let’s assume that such suffering had reached us through social media. There was a minor inconvenience, if I may describe it that way. I’ll let you read along with the experiences of travel companions.
Frank Poorthuis writes daily about family life during corona. This was day 525. Read all previous episodes here.
My wife and I are still in Puglia for our honeymoon, I was vaccinated in Urk. Because of this, I was fully vaccinated two weeks before the wedding and also before the trip. The surprise was great when we walked out together at the airport of Bari in, I’m not lying, for half an hour without any checks. It took a week before we were asked for our Green Pass for the first time, in a private museum in Matera. Since then, we have been asked for our Green Pass, especially at museums. It’s not much. – Menno Kolk