The Ministry of Health does not know whether Vice President David Choquehuanca was vaccinated against Covid-19. However, they are calling on the authorities from various sectors to receive the cans.
“The truth is, I don’t know, I don’t follow him every day. I don’t know if (the Vice President) is vaccinated. I don’t know if he has it, but let’s hope he does. Let’s remember that we are only a few days away from the regulation coming into force, ”said Deputy Minister for Epidemiological Surveillance, María Renee Castro.
For his part, the Executive Director of the Central Obrera Boliviana (COB) Juan Carlos Huarachi urged Choquehuanca to “reflect on his position” and go to a vaccination center.
To this day, Choquehuanca has remained silent about this. Unlike President Luis Arce, who publicly received the anticovid vaccine.
Meanwhile, international media referred to the criticism of the vice president.
Although vaccination is voluntary in Bolivia, last week the government promulgated Decree 4640, which requires you to carry your vaccination card or a PCR test 48 hours in advance to enter public and private facilities. The measure applies from January 1st.