translated from Spanish: Asks Arróniz not to saturate vaccination posts in Morelia, Michoacán

Morelia, Michoacán.- Morelia’s municipal president, Humberto Arróniz Reyes, asked the population not to saturate the covid-19 vaccination posts in the municipality and wait until they are called by phone.
In a media interview, the building said that throughout this week the vaccination day will follow and tomorrow they will vaccinate a group of people over the age of 60 working in the city council, so that they can restart their work once they receive their second dose.
On the operation of the posts, Arróniz Reyes assured that the day of Saturday was made without incident and reiterated that the population must be patient and wait for them to call them by phone, because going without registration or appointment only hinders the work of the brigadiers.
He also said vaccination posts are being monitored by Delos three levels of government staff and plan to make the first stage of vaccination for older adults last between two and three weeks, in the first dose and in the next month the second.
Finally, Humberto Arróniz Reyes reiterated that there is no mis management of vaccines, let alone there are electoral purposes, so patience will be important for older adults to receive their dose on time.

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