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Puerto Rico requires vaccination against Covid-19 for government employees

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The governor of Puerto Rico, Pedro R. Pierluisi, ordered on Wednesday, July 28, that as of August 16, territorial government agencies must require all employees who work in-person to be properly vaccinated against the coronavirus, given the increase in the number of infections recorded in recent days.

It is also recommended that municipalities, the Judicial and Legislative Branches, and private employers follow suit through an executive order.

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