In the Buenos Aires province The measure that allows commercial premises to increase their capacity in the case of people who have the vaccine against covid-19. Although it was expected that the provision, which the provincial authorities clarify that it is not a health pass, will come into force today the government of Axel Kicillof is still finalizing the details of the corresponding resolution.

“Getting vaccinated is also the way to increase business activity in the Province, ”said Vice Governor Verónica Magario, regarding the launch of the initiative that allows bars and other businesses to increase their capacity for those vaccinated by 20 percent.

Although the measure had already been announced days ago by the Buenos Aires authorities, it only remained to confirm when it would come into effect, something that Magario did through his Twitter account. From the provincial government they realized that it will be from tomorrow.

“As of Monday we will incorporate the Covid Passport, which It will enable businesses to increase their capacity by 20% with residents of Buenos Aires who were vaccinated at least 21 days before with the first dose ”, shared the official.

Accreditation of vaccination can be done with the physical card issued by the vaccinations or the digital that appears in the application My Argentina or Vacunate PBA.

The expansion of capacity for those who are vaccinated with at least the first dose of the vaccine against covid, it is gastronomic establishments, gyms, clubs, shopping centers or shopping malls located in the province of Buenos Aires.

The objective is to expand the number of people allowed in enclosed spaces, where you are most likely to get the virus, hence the importance of being exclusive for those vaccinated.

“Given that there are many people vaccinated and that the number of cases has been falling for eight weeks, we are expanding the capacity, but only with vaccinated people, in closed spaces, where one can be infected more easily,” the Chief of Staff explained days ago from the province of Buenos Aires, Carlos Bianco.


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