Argentina’s Buenos Aires province introduces health passport

The passport will enable authorized businesses to increase their capacity by 20% with customers who have been administered at least the first vaccine dose against the coronavirus.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL -  "Vaccination is the solution to increase commercial activity in the province. Starting Monday we will incorporate the Covid Passport, which will enable businesses to increase their capacity by 20% with Buenos Aires citizens vaccinated at least 21 days before with the first dose," wrote the ex-mayor of La Matanza Verónica Magario on Twitter.

Following the decision, anyone vaccinated who intends to access the interior of authorized establishments in the region will be required to show proof of their inoculation.

The document may be displayed on cell phones or with the vaccination credential issued in . . .

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