The new Undersecretary of Public Health, María Teresa Valenzuela, reported -within the framework of the balance of the Ministry of Health (Minsal) on the situation of the pandemic in the country- that, as of January 1, 2022, people over 18 will have to have been vaccinated with the anti-covid booster dose to have the Mobility Pass enabled.
In order for people to keep their Mobility Pass enabled, they must receive the booster dose within six months of vaccination with the second dose or single dose.
The document will be disabled if six months have elapsed since the date of the complete scheme and the booster dose has not been applied. The Mobility Pass will be enabled again after the inoculation of that dose.
“We hope, with this decision, that more than 3 and a half million people over the age of 18 who still do not receive their booster dose, and may have done so, will do so,” said the undersecretary.
“This measure is to protect their lives and that of their loved ones,” Valenzuela added.
Undersecretary of Public Health, María Teresa Valenzuela
“The #PaseDeMovilidad will be de-exiled for anyone over 18 years of age who has not received their #DosisDeRefuerzo since January 1.”
“This measure is to protect your life and that of your loved ones.” pic.twitter.com/KdZj2Fj8HU
— Ministry of Health (@ministeriosalud) November 29, 2021