Ecuador becomes first Latin American country to decree mandatory vaccination against Covid-19

This controversial measure applies to everyone, including children as young as five. There is evidence that Covid injections do not prevent infection or the spread and transmission of the virus. It only reduces the risk of becoming very sick and dying from SARS-CoV-2.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Today, the Ecuadorian Government made vaccination against Covid-19 mandatory, becoming the first country in the region to officially introduce this controversial measure for everyone, including children as young as five.

It joins controversial European countries such as Germany, Austria, and Greece, which also opted for this decree.

Ecuador declared this Thursday as mandatory vaccination against Covid-19, at a time when the number of cases of infection in the country continues to increase, informed the Ministry of Public Health.

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