Chile's “mobility pass” has an impact on stock exchange and possibly on hosting Copa America
The Government of Chile is working on the development of a so-called “mobility pass” which would grant people already vaccinated against covid-19 greater levels of freedom and mobility within their communes and allow travel between regions for those who are in quarantine, it was announced.
President Sebastián Piñera made the announcement Sunday evening at the Santiago airport, where he welcomed a shipment of 2.2 million doses of Chinese Sinovac vaccines. Piñera stressed that the freedoms granted by this pass “will be expanded according to the evolution of sanitary conditions.”
The Chilean Government is already advancing international talks towards “a Green Passport that grants greater freedom and mobility to Chilean citizens at an international level,” Piñera explained.