Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Urges Ministry of Health to vaccinate against COVID-19

As of Tuesday, 27 December and 5 January, 18 permanent vaccination points against SARS-CoV-2 will be enabled in 10 health jurisdictions, with working hours from 08:00 am to 03:00 pm Monday to Friday.

It should be noted that these points will apply:

● First dose 5 to 11 years 11 months (Pfizer).

● First dose for 18 years and over with a biological replacement (for people who have never received an anticovid vaccine).

● First infusion with biological Abdala for adults aged 18 to 59 years, and women more than nine weeks pregnant

● 1st and 2nd reinforcement for people aged 60 and over and health workers with organic Abdala

The organizations that make up the Roadrunner Brigade (SEDENA, Bienestar, ISSSTE, IMSS, ISSSTEP and Health Services) state that mothers and fathers should take care that minors who have been vaccinated with another viral treatment plan within 14 days or have Anyone has an active picture and/or continues with symptoms of SARS-CoV-2, has a body temperature greater than 38°C and/or has a bleeding disorder, they will not be able to receive the vaccine for protection.

Important Notes:

1) The full plan for the Abdala vaccine, for a population to be protected against COVID-19 for the first time, envisages three doses with an interval of 14 to 28 days.

2) Reinforcement vaccine will be applicable for those age groups who are four months old after completing their schedule and/or their last booster.

3) Fifth dose or third booster is not used in any age group.

4) Boosters (3rd and 4th doses) are not authorized in the population under 18 years of age.

Requirements for the first pediatric dose

● Print the informed consent form.

● Bring your registration sheet with a QR code that can be downloaded on the https://mivacuna.salud.gob.mx page.

● Copy of the Unique Population Registry Code (CURP).

● Copy of official identification with photograph of parent or guardian.

● Address proof, original and copy, not more than three months old.

First dose for 18 years and over

● Printing of pre-registration folios on the platform https://mivacuna.salud.gob.mx

● Format called “QR Immunization File”.

● Official photo identification (INE, military card, proof of identity or passport).

● Copy of the Unique Population Registry Code (CURP).

● Proof of Address in original and one copy, not more than three months old, and blue ink pen.

First booster requirements for adults ages 18 to 59 and pregnant women

● Carry your registration sheet for reinforcement with QR code (Required)

● Bring proof of second dose.

● Copy of the Unique Population Registry Code (CURP).

● Official identification with a photograph (INE, military card, proof of identity or passport or any other document that proves your age, such as a birth certificate).

● Address proof, original and copy, not more than three months old, and blue ink pen.

Requirements for the first and second reinforcements for people aged 60 years and older and for health workers

● Carry your registration sheet for reinforcement with QR code (Required)

● Bring proof of the second dose or your first booster (as applicable)

● Copy of the Unique Population Registry Code (CURP).

● Official identification with a photograph (INE, military card, proof of identity or passport or any other document that proves your age, such as a birth certificate).

● Address proof, original and copy, not more than three months old, and blue ink pen.

● Carry an identity card from where they work and/or a document recognizing them as part of the health sector.

During vaccination with this vaccine, a biological against influenza can also be applied, which is not contraindicated in COVID-19 days by federal health protocols. Biological is for vulnerable groups such as: children under 5 years of age but over 6 months; Before the age of 5 to 59 years, 60 years and above, pregnant women, lactating mothers and health workers.

Side reactions that may occur at the time of vaccination against COVID-19 are: pain at the injection site, fatigue, fever, headache, muscle and bone pain, and can be treated with paracetamol only. If the discomfort persists, it is necessary to go to the nearest medical unit.

Vaccination modules will take place in the following medical units and municipalities:

Acatlán, Amozoc, Atlixco, Chalchicomula, Coxcatlán, Huauchinango, Huejotzingo, Izúcar de Matamoros, Libres, Puebla, San Andrés Cholula, Texmelucan, Tecamachalco, Teziutlán, Tehuacán, Zacapoaxtla and Zacatlán.

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