It was announced on December 10, 2021 that those over the age of 13 will be required to show a health pass when participating in activities with high epidemiological risk or danger to their health, and this rule will go into effect on January 1, 2022, as a result of an unprecedented rise in infections.
The CuidAr app, accessible in digital stores for mobile devices, incorporates the health pass, which may be accessed under the “Health information” page. In order to access a bowling alley in the context of a party, make a group excursion, whether it be for graduates, students or retirees, as well as enter a big event that includes more than a thousand people in an open area, the Health Pass must be presented in this window.
Those who complete the self-test and provide information about their vaccination history and whether or not they have symptoms consistent with COVID-19 will be eligible for the pass. As a result, the health pass will be valid for 14 days following the vaccination that completes the plan.
In what circumstances might a health pass be cancelled?
Health Pass integration in the CuidAR app demands a self-test every 48 hours that contains the user’s symptoms and the alleviation, if any, for close friends and family members, if applicable. The health pass will be revoked if the carrier is identified as a “suspect case,” “close contact,” or “confirmed case” in any way.
Vaccination must be completed within the 14-day window specified for maximum antibody production, and the number of doses required will vary depending on the vaccinations received (Casino, for example, is a single-dose inoculant). Vaccine-recommended reinforcements must also be verified.
Some hours may pass before the vaccination data is updated, which happens automatically in the data load from approved vaccination facilities.