This is the first holiday country to introduce the 1G rule: From January 8, 2022, only vaccinated people will be allowed in restaurants and hotels in Costa Rica. The new rule applies to all non-essential facilities. Even those who have recovered should be vaccinated at least once.
From December 1, the popular holiday destination will begin implementing the new rules. “World” Writes. During the transition period until January 7, hotel and restaurant owners can decide for themselves whether to allow access only to vaccinated individuals. The same goes for entertainment facilities and shoppers. However, those who still have access to people who have not been vaccinated since December are only allowed to use 50 percent of the capacity.
There is no hotel accommodation without vaccination
The 1G rule will be regulated from January 8, 2022. For tourists that means: one Entering the country Still possible. However, those who are not vaccinated do not stay overnight at the hotel. Since then, foreigners and locals over the age of twelve can go to hotels, eat at restaurants, or go to amusement parks with full vaccinations. Banks, supermarkets or pharmacies – the so-called essential amenities – are accessible to all.
Must provide a “Pass de Salute” and Swiss Govt certificate used for entry by Swiss tourists. It is unclear whether other countries will follow Costa Rica’s example. Sure what it is Traveling without a vaccine is becoming harder. (Two)
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