Costa Rica, Latest Country To Launch Vaccine Passports From December 1

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Just last week, Costa Rica’s president Carlos Alvarado Quesada announced that the Central American country will be the latest country to start requiring a vaccine passport. 

Launching December 1, it will exist in the form of a QR code and this digital document will hold each individual’s personal details, health records and information about their COVID-19 vaccinations. Alvarado is keen to have greater economic openness and quell the pandemic in the country as according to the CDC they

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