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Bolivia suspends vaccination certificate requirement until January 26

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The last minute announcement was made by Health Minister Jeyson Auza, after a meeting with the National Strategic Council for Health Emergencies.

"Public, private, natural, legal, national and foreign institutions will not require the presentation of the Covid-19 vaccination certificate until January 26, 2022," Auza told the media in La Paz.

This seeks to "promote the vaccination process" and "optimize vaccination posts which to date are fulfilling the task of saving and protecting the lives of the Bolivian people," he added.

The Minister emphasized that people have "turned out" en masse to vaccination posts following . . .

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