Yesterday the Senate approved a law that required all Argentinians to submit the daily vaccination certificate to process or renew the ID, passport, driving license, residential or purposeful certificate. The regulation – the Law 22.909 updates in force since 1983 – came from the project of the legislator Tucumán Pablo Yedlin.
So far, the requirement for the latest vaccines was only for children and the registration certificate in schools was required. However, with the adjustment, adults will also need to, according to their age, the document to achieve these procedures. The law update also establishes the relief of the vaccination and its tax exemption. "The State must guarantee the purchase of vaccines and supplies," he said.
It is also established that the document presented is what is called Unique Vaccination Card (CUV), where mandatory vaccination records must be kept and will have to create access to the vaccines for the population. The card will be issued by the agencies authorized to apply for vaccines, such as hospitals (public and private) and pharmacies. It will also be necessary to process family allowances and examinations. The law explains, among many things, "failure to comply with the established submission will be a barrier to prosecuting the case".
As explained, adults are required to qualify for hepatitis B and adults with double bacteria. Those born after 1965 include tripleirol (measles, mumps and rubella). Those who are older than this age should have the anti-flu and pneumococcal.
Among other adaptations, the new legislation provides that adults and guardians of the age of age will be responsible for their vaccination, but in the case of non-compliance "they will produce the actions of the corresponding authorized health authority".
Other considerations of the law, it explains that work absence is justified on the day the vaccine is applied, with prior authorization of the employer, and the presentation of the evidence. It is also anticipated to create the National Registry of the Digital Vaccination Population, where all residents of the country are vaccinated and established on August 26 of each year as National Vaccination Day.