Argentina ready to launch nationwide health pass

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sts7049

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they probably realize that like most things in argentina, the enforcement and actual practice of the rule will be a joke anyway
 

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I'm all for a health pass as a means to get people vaccinated, I just worry how much of a, well, quilombo it will be to implement
and maintain. We've all seen the "no hay sistema" signs at ANSES/banks/AFIP/etc. so it will be interesting to see how this works
(or doesn't) when things inevitably go haywire. We live in Argentina after all.
 

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Thanks for your opinion. Millions don't agree with you.
Ah, but many more do. Check https://www.lanacion.com.ar/sociedad/la-vacunacion-en-la-argentina-en-tiempo-real-nid02022021/#/ to see > 67% of the total population vaccinated with 2 doses here in Argentina, 1.5 doses applied per person, right up there with say France, Portugal, and Spain, and ahead of Germany and the Netherlands. In any case, it's all about the science, not your opinion.

Fortunately the anti-vax movement never really got traction here in Argentina, despite the efforts of people like Bullrich and Millei (who cynically and coquettishly flirted with the anti-vaxxers but still got vaccinated)
 

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Ah, but many more do. Check https://www.lanacion.com.ar/sociedad/la-vacunacion-en-la-argentina-en-tiempo-real-nid02022021/#/ to see > 67% of the total population vaccinated with 2 doses here in Argentina, 1.5 doses applied per person, right up there with say France, Portugal, and Spain, and ahead of Germany and the Netherlands. In any case, it's all about the science, not your opinion.

Fortunately the anti-vax movement never really got traction here in Argentina, despite the efforts of people like Bullrich and Millei (who cynically and coquettishly flirted with the anti-vaxxers but still got vaccinated)

Bullrich "repented" by suggesting on Viale's show that if the political parties could go door to door to those that did not vote in the PASO, then the government could certainly do the same for those who've refrained from the vaccine.

Either way, no mandatory tramites processed without a mandatory vaccine? Not sure who is hurting who with this idea.
 
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