Actually, I hope not.I think poor old Natalie Silverman has by now severed her connections with this board...
She asked if she would "be forced to vaccinate if (she) want(s) to enter Argentina through EZE with (her) family."
Given the fact that her husband has already been vaccinated and she undoubtedly could also get the jab(s) if she so desired, I'd like to know why she doesn't and I think it's only fair that she has a chance to tell us...if she has any desire to do so.
Two very veteran members of this forum have privately told me that they will not subject themselves to any of the covid vacccines, but I cannot reveal thier identities or speak for them here.
I am far less concerned about being exposed to anyone who has not been vaccincated than I am of those who have, but I only have "contact" (with safe distancing) with a few other individuals for a few minutes per week.
I saw them yesterday in their mini market. I usually go when they first open in the morning, when I am likely to be the only customer in the store.
I asked about covid in Punta Alta.
Their response was, "It's over."
I'm going tomorrow for the first time in over a month to buy gas and get cash and see how "normal" life appears. When I was there on September 9th, most people were still wearing masks outside.
Of the three business owners I see and speak with most often, one refuses to be vacccinated, one got one jab and had a severe reaction, and the third got full covid after the first shot.