Residents of Japan who have received a COVID-19 vaccine will be exempted from entry or quarantine procedures in five European countries if they have a vaccine passport, the government said Wednesday.

Japan has made arrangements with Austria, Bulgaria, Italy, Turkey and Poland for holders of vaccine passports — official documents used as proof of vaccination overseas that will be available for application starting Monday.

Estonia has also been added to the list of countries, as it does not currently require travelers to self-isolate upon entry.