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Mexico. – The Mexican Institute of Social Security released on Friday that he temporarily separated from his position as director of the General Zone Hospital with Family Medicine Unit number 8, Juan Rosas Peña for allegedly using the power of his post to vaccinate two subjects outside the unit, being one of his children.
In the statement, IMSS states that Juan Rosas was separated from office “to make himself available to investigations in order to clarify the facts.”
Nosocomio workers reported that Rosas Peña gave instructions to vaccinate two non-working subjects at the IMSS hospital.
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According to the journalistic note, last Monday, February 1, they were cited by Rosas Peña to apply the second dose of the vaccine of Pfizer Mario Alfredo Vizcarra, head of External Consultation of this Medical Unit; Leonardo David Hernández Meza, Chief of Staff; María Concepción Lara, Personnel Officer; Angel Avila, head of the Department of Nursing, and the two bottles with the 10 doses of the vaccine were extracted from this institution’s cold network.