Chile could, like Israel, implement individual “immunity passports” for Covid-19

According to the Ministry of Health, the proposal has been discussed at a meeting between President Sebastián Piñera and Foreign Minister Andrés Allamand with the leaders of the Forum for the Progress of South America (PROSUR).

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The plan is to issue individuals who have been administered the two doses of the vaccine with a certificate in order to provide them with "greater mobility," said Chilean Health Minister Enrique Paris.

As its Covid-19 vaccination campaign proceeds steadily, the Chilean government is considering implementing a "green card" for people who have been fully immunized, which would afford them greater mobility and access to activities currently restricted under current health restrictions.

According to the Ministry of Health, the proposal has been discussed at a meeting between President Sebastián Piñera and Foreign Minister . . .

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