Recently the province of Tucuman, began to apply the mandatory health pass with the purpose that citizens complete the scheme of vaccination and thus reach 80% inoculated. After that, the mayor of Pinamar, Martin Yezarevealed the order of the merchants from Atlantic Coast Regarding the new modality that restricts who enters the establishments depending on the vaccination.
“In Pinamar many merchants have already raised the possibility of implementing the health pass,” Yeza said on his personal Twitter account. In this way, the communal chief expressed the concern of the merchants after months with the businesses closed. “The most important thing is to have shared efforts and objectives,” added Yeza.
Likewise, the mayor did not rule out the possibility of implementing it. “Whatever is done is the product of consensus, it is important to sustain economic activity,” he said. In Tucumán, the health pass will work with the application My Argentina, Vacunate from the province of Buenos Aires and a local that they are designing. It will allow entry to public and private spaces.
In the first province where the health pass was implemented, it is required of people who go to bars, restaurants, parties, cultural centers, cinemas, theaters, airports and also to carry out public procedures, in order to face the new Covid variants. Yeza already announced in his networks that the merchants of Pinamar would be in favor of this system.
As for the 2022 season, the mayor stated that they eased “all municipal fees” for merchants and that in 2019 they closed with 2,132 commercial authorizations and this year we will register about 2,300 by the end of the year “. On the other hand, he announced that they were preparing and hope to have “the best possible summer season.”