They clarify that Mobility Pass will not be requested to pay for next September 4

Through a statement, the Ministry of Health denied information circulating on social networks related to the health protocol of the constitutional plebiscite, emphasizing that a Mobility Pass will not be requested to pay for next September 4.

“As Servel has indicated, in the Rules and Instructions and Health Protocol for the Constitutional Plebiscite, the request for a Mobility Pass is NOT established for voters, table members or any person who participates in the process,” they stressed from the Minsal.

In addition, they invited citizens “to find out about health measures through the official channels of this ministry, the Government of Chile and Servel.”

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