From before 9:00 a.m., medical staff arrived at 35 Cells of the Vaccinating Macrounit located at Deportivo Xochimilco to begin with on-time care to the first adults who had an appointment for immunization. In the photograph you can see some people formed at the contour of the distribution of attention cells, with support from Navy personnel. Photo: Special..
As part of the second phase of the National Covid-19 Vaccination Plan, older adults attend National Preparatory School No. 1 in Xochimilco, as indicated by their appointment after registration on the official vaccine page. People deliver their documents and after validation receive a turn to move on to immunization. Photo: Special..
The Head of Government, Claudia Sheinbaum, explained that this morning attendees should go for breakfast and with the follow-up of their medical treatment in case of any illness. It is also recommended that you wear clothing that streamlines administration of the biological agent. Photo: Special..
This day there are people whose initial of their paternal surname begins with the letters C and D at a time of 9:00 to 16:00 hours. Photo: Special..
Hypertensive or diabetic people can receive their dose of the vaccine as there is no medication on the vaccine. Photo: Special..
People should go to one of the 6 Vaccinating Macrounits because the Sputnik V vaccine must remain freezing on an ongoing manner at least -20o prior to administration. Mobile Home Vaccination Units for those adults with mobility limitations to go to one of the macrochioscals. Photo: Special..
20,000 doses of the Sputnik V vaccine are planned for each immunization day, covering the 200,000 people with cuts as of March 5. Photo: Special..
Each of the 6 Macro Vaccinating Units will exist from 30 to 45 vaccination cells that will serve for 8 hours. Its capacity will be from 4 thousand 422 vaccines to 5 thousand 400 vaccines maximum each day per headquarters, this according to appointments with day and time previously awarded on the official platform of the vaccine (www.mivacuna.salud.gob.mx). Photo: Special..
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