Puerto Rico orders hotel guests and employees to be vaccinated

If tourists arrive in Puerto Rico with a negative covid-19 test and their stay is extended for more than one week, they will have to take another test.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The governor of Puerto Rico, Pedro Pierluisi, ordered on Thursday that all government contractors who frequent their work in person, as well as all employees working in the health sector, must be vaccinated while making the same measure mandatory for guests of hotels, inns or short-term rentals.

In a press conference, together with the Secretary of Health, Carlos Mellado, he insisted that most of those infected are not vaccinated.

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