translated from Spanish: The “sanitary pass” begins to apply in the Province of Buenos Aires

From this Monday begins to apply in the Province of Buenos Aires the “sanitary pass”, which will allow to expand by 20% the capacity in “closed establishments such as gastronomy, gyms, clubs, shopping centers or shopping malls”. The measure will reach those who have received the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine 21 days earlier or more. The new openings ordered by the Government of Buenos Aires establish: in phase 2 the capacity is expanded in activities to be carried out in closed spaces, shopping malls, restaurants, gyms and clubs, with vaccinated, to 30%; in phase 3, 50%, with 20% who must be vaccinated; and in phase 4 it extends to 70%, with 20% vaccinated with the first dose. How to process the “health pass”
If you have already received the first dose of the vaccine against Covid-19, you can process the certificate through the application “Vacunate Buenos Aires”, the platform of the Province of Buenos Aires, or “Mi Argentina”. If not, you can also present the physical notebook. The Covid-19 Digital Vaccination Certificate is the digital credential available in My Argentina that certifies that the vaccine was applied to you. To access it, you must download the application, create an account and validate your identity in the tab >Mi Health. Once registered, you should be able to see your certificate within >Mis documents.

In case of detecting an error, you can report it in the following LINK. What health authorities said
The Minister of Health, Carla Vizzotti, supported its implementation and maintained that “it is a strategy to think, that those who do not get vaccinated have disadvantages.” Nevertheless, he clarified, it is not something that will be analyzed for the moment for the whole country, since, he explained, Argentina still has “more demand than supply” for vaccines. In Buenos Aires, meanwhile, Fernán Quirós, Buenos Aires’ health minister, said that although it is an “instrument to evaluate,” today “is not the time for such measures.” At this point, he made an argument similar to Vizzotti’s and explained that the Buenos Aires administration has not yet been able to offer a vaccine to all those who have wanted to receive it. In Argentina, 52.4% of the population received at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, while 13.2% completed their vaccination schedule.
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