translated from Spanish: This will kick off COVID vaccination on Tuesday in Toluca, Edomex

Next Tuesday, March 9, the COVID-19 vaccination campaign will begin, in older adults, in the municipality of Toluca, State of Mexico.
Authorities of all levels, together with the private sector, detailed that four modules will be enabled, which will operate from 9 to 16 March, at a time of 9:00 to 17:00 hours.
Read more: These are the locations and vaccination process of older adults in CDMX and Edomex
This vaccination modules will be in the Stadium “Nemesio Díez”, known as “La Bombonera”, with direction in Constituents Westeros number 1000, Barrio de San Bernardino; also at the Toluca Convention Center, on Boulevard Miguel Alemán Valdés, number 175, in San Pedro Totoltepec.
The third will be located in the Local Board of Roads, at Calle Igualdad number 101, in the Delegation of Santa Cruz Atzcapotzaltongo, and the last at the Conservatory of Music of the Mexiquense Cultural Center, with direction in Jesús Reyes Heroles number 302, in the Delegation San Buenaventura.
To speed up the vaccination process and avoid agglomerations, authorities asked older adults to come with their pre-registration record and official identification.

Starts vaccination of older adults against #Covid_19mx in #Toluca, next Tuesday, March 9.
✅ will enable 4 modules in strategic locations in the Mexiquense capital.
✅ Avoid sharing unofficial information that creates confusion. ?
— Edoméx Health (@SaludEdomex) March 5, 2021

“If you have not completed this procedure, you must only submit any of the following documents: INE or INAPAM credential plus CURP.” noted in a statement.
In case of presenting an official identification in which your address does not appear, authorities ask the over-60s to submit a “recent home record” from the CURP.
Find out: Don’t be fooled, they don’t need your photo or INE to vaccinate you against COVID
They also insisted that they do not need to stay overnight or perform long rows that expose them to sudden changes in temperature.
They recommend older adults go for breakfast, take their medications on time, as well as take preventive measures to prevent COVID infections.
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