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Ecuador is considering mandatory Covid pass for shopping malls, restaurants and bars

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With the Christmas and New Year's holidays approaching, with a slight increase in the number of infections and with the arrival of the omicron variant in Ecuador, authorities are analyzing different measures to contain a resurgence of coronavirus in the Andean country, which aims to immunize 85% of the population before the beginning of 2022.

The National Emergency Operations Committee (COE) has already issued some restrictions for the Christmas holidays. According to the resolution issued by the entity last Tuesday night, there will be capacity limitations in restaurants, shopping malls, bars, religious temples, and other . . .

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