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The head of that portfolio, Ximena Aguilera, indicated that the good numbers in recent weeks, in addition to the high percentage of the vaccinated population, led to the adoption of these measures from October 1.

Wednesday, September 21, 2022 12:40 p.m.

From next October 1, Chile will go to the “Opening” stage, according to the Minister of Health Ximena Aguilera, who announced that the requirement to wear a mask and the Mobility Pass will end as of that date.

The authority indicated that “the mask has allowed us to maintain greater protection for people. In Chile, the use of a mask was assumed very early, even before the WHO recognized that there was a possibility of airborne transmission of this virus and it began to be used.

Aguilera maintained that “It is a cultural change that we want to keep in the sense that people who have respiratory symptoms have to wear a mask because that helps protect the rest of the population. and that in situations in which one is in conditions of agglomeration, use the mask to protect yourself ”.

Of course, he commented that the use of the mandatory mask “It will remain mandatory for all consultants to healthcare establishments” and it is recommended to use it in spaces such as public transport.

In addition, he pointed out that “given that this new vaccine is incorporated and that it starts with an annual vaccine schedule, The Mobility Pass will no longer be necessary due to the high population coverage we have. Therefore, the mobility pass requirement will be discontinued.”

The Minsal authority highlighted that “the Mobility Pass It has also been a tool that has allowed us to promote vaccination. The pass is going to stop being used, but we will have the possibility to demand it again in the future if necessary, depending on how the epidemiological situation evolves.

On the other hand, the minister indicated that “capacity limitations are eliminated. We are going to promote the ventilation of all places. You know that since there is a risk of airborne transmission, it is very important that the places are well ventilated. Progress will be made in improving structural ventilation conditions in all closed places.”

From next October 1, Chile will go to the “Opening” stage, according to the Minister of Health Ximena Aguilera, who announced that the requirement to wear a mask and the Mobility Pass will end as of that date.

The authority indicated that “the mask has allowed us to maintain greater protection for people. In Chile, the use of a mask was assumed very early, even before the WHO recognized that there was a possibility of airborne transmission of this virus and it began to be used.

Aguilera maintained that “It is a cultural change that we want to keep in the sense that people who have respiratory symptoms have to wear a mask because that helps protect the rest of the population. and that in situations in which one is in conditions of agglomeration, use the mask to protect yourself ”.

Of course, he commented that the use of the mandatory mask “It will remain mandatory for all consultants to healthcare establishments” and it is recommended to use it in spaces such as public transport.

In addition, he pointed out that “given that this new vaccine is incorporated and that it starts with an annual vaccine schedule, The Mobility Pass will no longer be necessary due to the high population coverage we have. Therefore, the mobility pass requirement will be discontinued.”

The Minsal authority highlighted that “the Mobility Pass It has also been a tool that has allowed us to promote vaccination. The pass is going to stop being used, but we will have the possibility to demand it again in the future if necessary, depending on how the epidemiological situation evolves.

On the other hand, the minister indicated that “capacity limitations are eliminated. We are going to promote the ventilation of all places. You know that since there is a risk of airborne transmission, it is very important that the places are well ventilated. Progress will be made in improving structural ventilation conditions in all closed places.”

From next October 1, Chile will go to the “Opening” stage, according to the Minister of Health Ximena Aguilera, who announced that the requirement to wear a mask and the Mobility Pass will end as of that date.

The authority indicated that “the mask has allowed us to maintain greater protection for people. In Chile, the use of a mask was assumed very early, even before the WHO recognized that there was a possibility of airborne transmission of this virus and it began to be used.

Aguilera maintained that “It is a cultural change that we want to keep in the sense that people who have respiratory symptoms have to wear a mask because that helps protect the rest of the population. and that in situations in which one is in conditions of agglomeration, use the mask to protect yourself ”.

Of course, he commented that the use of the mandatory mask “It will remain mandatory for all consultants to healthcare establishments” and it is recommended to use it in spaces such as public transport.

In addition, he pointed out that “given that this new vaccine is incorporated and that it starts with an annual vaccine schedule, The Mobility Pass will no longer be necessary due to the high population coverage we have. Therefore, the mobility pass requirement will be discontinued.”

The Minsal authority highlighted that “the Mobility Pass It has also been a tool that has allowed us to promote vaccination. The pass is going to stop being used, but we will have the possibility to demand it again in the future if necessary, depending on how the epidemiological situation evolves.

On the other hand, the minister indicated that “capacity limitations are eliminated. We are going to promote the ventilation of all places. You know that since there is a risk of airborne transmission, it is very important that the places are well ventilated. Progress will be made in improving structural ventilation conditions in all closed places.”

Source: radio.uchile.cl

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