On May 24, 2021, the Ministry of Health introduced the Mobility Pass, which will come into effect this Wednesday, May 26, 2021, and which certifies that people have completed their vaccination process for COVID-19 and that they are not in a period of mandatory isolation.
According to the Ministry of Health, the Mobility Pass will have the following terms:
1. What is the Mobility Pass?
– It is a unique and personal QR Code, which, when scanned, will inform whether the Mobility Pass is enabled or not at that moment.
– It is a dynamic certificate, i.e. it will not be enabled if the person is a confirmed, probable or close contact case.
2. What does the Mobility Pass allow?
– Free movement in a commune in Quarantine (Step 1) or in Transition (Step 2), respecting all the regulations and other restrictions of the Step-by-Step Plan.
– Make interregional trips within Chile between communes that are at least in Step 2, respecting the restrictions of the activities associated with the place where it is located.
3. How to obtain the Mobility Pass?
– The Mobility Pass can be obtained through the website mevacuno.gob.cl, by e-mail or with the Clave Única (Unique Code), or by means of a printed copy in clinics or vaccination points.
– However, people over 70 years of age may use, as an alternative to this voucher, their “Vaccination Card” together with their identity card.
4. Who can access this Pass?
– Those over 18 years of age who have completed 14 days since the inoculation of the second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech, Sinovac and AstraZeneca vaccines.
– Those over 18 years of age who are 14 days old since the inoculation of the single dose of the CanSino vaccine.
– Minors under 18 years of age will be able to access the privileges provided by the Pass, as long as they are accompanied by their mother, father or guardian with an authorized mobility pass.
5. What measures are not modified by this Pass?
– The capacity for social gatherings and the prohibition to participate in them in Quarantine and Transition.
– Curfew enforcement.
– The capacities and restrictions of operation and restricted activities of the Step-by-Step Plan.
– The prohibition of in-person work for workers who are not permitted to do so.
– Individual self-care measures.
6. Who can request the reading of the Pass?
– The sanitary or supervising authority, when controlling the mobility in a Quarantine commune.
– The personnel that controls the access and carrying of movement permits in places that are authorized to operate in quarantine and transport operating companies.
– The sanitary or supervisory authority, in customs controls or sanitary cordons.
Finally, it should be noted that the Mobility Pass can be presented digitally or physically.