(by Pierre Boralevi | LifeSite News) – Costa Rica became the first country in the world to make vaccination against COVID-19 mandatory for everyone under age 18. The Costa Rican Health Ministry announced the decision in a statement released Friday, November 5, and said the aim of the mandate was to “safeguard the best interests of the children.” It also stated that “the parents or legal guardians are legally responsible for ensuring that the mandatory vaccination of minors is carried out in a timely manner.” In addition, the statement indicated that teenagers age 15 or over will be able to receive the vaccine against COVID-19 without having to be accompanied by an adult. The decision came only a week after the […]

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