In November 2021, Costa Rica became the first nation in the world to require kids to receive COVID vaccinations. But things seem to have turned when the President of Costa Rica abolished the COVID vaccine mandate after saying that ‘our people are not cattle.’
The COVID “vaccine” mandate was rescinded by Costa Rica’s newly elected president on Wednesday.
“As of today, the vaccines are not mandatory,” President Rodrigo Chaves Robles said during a press conference on August 3. “And therefore any action taken against anyone who does not want to be vaccinated is an action that is against the law.”