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A growing number of European countries are pushing the use of COVID-19 status certificates or vaccine passports, saying it’s to control the spread of the Delta variant of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus. Italy on Thursday followed in the footsteps of France, announcing that proof of vaccination or immunity would shortly be mandatory for an array of activities, including indoor dining and entering places such as gyms, pools, museums, and cinemas. Greece made a vaccination certificate mandatory for anyone to be allowed into indoor restaurants and bars last week, while dozens of Portuguese municipalities introduced weekend curbs for inside dining in early July. “The Delta variant is even more of a threat than the other variants,” Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi told reporters, defending his decision to make the so-called Green Pass obligatory to participate in much of public life. Draghi said the Green Pass is a “necessary condition” of not …