The so-called immunity certificates or passports, both very similar figures, although we could differentiate by the territorial scope in which they would be charged, national or international, do not constitute something new, at least in the field of foreign health.
The vaccination requirement to be able to travel to certain parts of the world is something very common and old.
Nor is it the first time that this debate has been raised in the context of the pandemic, having ...
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