translated from Spanish: Macri and the vaccination system at CABA: “it’s transparent, fair and equitable”

Former President Mauricio Macri reappeared on social media to support the Port government and mark that the vaccination plan in the district is “transparent, fair and equitable,” while advocating Horacio Rodríguez Larreta’s management of allegations against him for the alleged “privatization” of the immunization campaign. “I would like to express my support for Horacio and the City Government’s vaccination plan, which is transparent, fair and equitable. Quite the opposite of the cases of revival and favoritism that we saw these days,” Macri posted on his Twitter account.In recent hours prosecutor Carlos Stornelli imputed the Head of Government of Buenos Aires and his Minister of Health, Fernán Quirós; for the alleged “privatization” of coronavirus vaccination, after agreements were signed to deliver doses to social works and prepaid medicine companies for the exclusive use of their affiliates.

After receiving the injunction filed by the prosecution, Federal Judge Ariel Lijo ordered proceedings at the Porteño Ministry of Health to obtain information on how the vaccine doses were distributed.” I am sure that the unfair denunciation of the City will ultimately serve to demonstrate the differences between the ‘VIP vaccines’ perpetrated by the Ministry of Health of the Nation and the equitable, neutral and effective organization that the City government is doing,” Macri said. , which sums up the efforts of the public and private sectors to provide faster and more effective solutions to citizens, always with transparency and without accommodation.” According to the City published on its website, the Italian Hospital, German Hospital, British Hospital, Sanatorio Goemes and CEMIC received vaccinations; social works, meanwhile, are Osecac (trade employees) and OBSBA (Social Work of the City of Buenos Aires).

At its usual press conference at the headquarters of the Government of Buenos Aires, Quirós said that these agreements were made in the same way as they are usually made for the distribution of other vaccines, in order to “have the same capacity and accessibility” to immunization. In national terms on the use of vaccines received, the City of Buenos Aires ranks 19th (it used 43.89% of the 171,425 doses) and the Province in 22 (applied 41.14% of 667,510).
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