The Mobility Pass would be disabled for people above the age of 18 who have not had the fourth dosage of the vaccine starting first June.
In mid-May, the Department of Health launched the policy as part of the “Step by step, we keep taking care of ourselves” initiative, and in response to an increase in COVID-19 illnesses.
Those who do not have their daily pass will be unable to make use of the Mobility Pass’s flexibility, which includes admission to cafes, movies, pubs, gyms, and museums, among other places.
Who’ll be eligible for the Mobility Pass and who will not?
The Mobility Pass will cease to work for those over the age of 18 that have not received the 4th dosage and have been vaccinated with the three doses for even more than 6 months as of June 1, 2022.
Individuals who have not obtained their third or fourth booster dose and have only had their second or single dose within the end of Dec 2021 will also have their permits lapse.
How can I tell whether my pass is still valid?
- To get started, go to www.mevacuno.gob.cl.
- You can go there using your Distinctive Key or the identification card’s registration number.
- When inside, go to the “my vaccinations” option, which has all of the user’s information.
- Anyone can obtain this material using a Barcode and a PDF file.
- Any gadget, including a cell phone, computer, or laptop, can download the data.
- This site allows you to scan the QR code. The data that determines whether the pass is enabled or not will be presented once you get there).