Obligation to Get Vaccinated in Costa Rica is Eliminated | thecostaricanews.com

From the beginning of the current Ticoadministration, the Government highlighted the importance of freedom of choice, which is why the elimination of the compulsory nature of the vaccine against Covid-19 has been promoted.

However, the Commission decided to maintain the mandatory vaccine as part of a list of countries made up of Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Micronesia, Greece, Italy, Ecuador and the Vatican.

Given this, the Government has analyzed the refusal of the Vaccination Commission to put Costa Rica on the list of countries that respect individual freedom in accordance with what was said by the World Health Organization (WHO), that is how it was found that the Commission was meeting with the expired appointment of the representatives of the Costa Rican Social Security Fund (CCSS) and the Costa Rican Association of Pediatrics.

The members with the surnames MarínPiva and Porras Madrigal remained silent before the expiration of their designation, but also the Government of former president, Carlos Alvarado, did not request these appointments.

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