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Government establishes that people must present an identity document along with their vaccination card

The Ministry of Health (Minsa) warned that citizens who enter closed spaces must present their vaccination card against the COVID-19, either physical or virtual, and at the same time your ID or other official document that proves your identity. This, as a measure to verify that they actually received the two doses.

It is provided that the verification of the physical or virtual card that proves compliance with the complete vaccination scheme in Peru or abroad, must be carried out together with an official identity document“Cevallos said at a press conference after the Minister council.

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The Health Minister He also indicated that users of public transport should carry their vaccination card, as well as drivers and collectors.

Passengers of urban land transport must carry their two-dose certification, as well as drivers and people who collaborate with the driver asking for passengers to get on the transport units”He added.

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