This Friday they closed the 70 vaccination centers enabled in the Mexico City to apply the Covid-19 vaccine a older adults.
Between Monday and Thursday, according to Claudia Sheinbaum, head of the capital city government, more than 83 thousand were vaccinated older adults in the mayors Cuajimalpa, Magdalena Contreras Y Milpa Alta, the only ones in which the vaccine until now, so from now on only the vaccination brigades at home.
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“Yesterday we reached the goal of vaccination of 83 thousand 37 adults aged 60 and over in the 3 mayors “, wrote the president in her account of Twitter this Friday morning.
Sheinbaum specified that the goal of vaccination that was fulfilled is based on the number of adults registered in the INE and in the population census, and that starting at 9 in the morning, the so-called servers of the Nation “will be writing down the data of the people of 60 years and more who reside in those municipalities and for some reason they could not attend during the week (to be vaccinated) ”.
“When we receive more vaccines They will be called by phone by appointment to go to a health center to receive your vaccine”, He indicated.
According to his report, in Cuajimalpa 28 thousand 439 have already been vaccinated older adults, of which, 28,259 were inoculated in the vaccination centers and 180 in nursing homes or at home.
In the mayor’s office Magdalena Contreras 40 thousand 535 doses of the vaccine40,405 in vaccination centers and 130 at home and nursing homes.
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While in the mayor’s office Milpa Alta 14 thousand 63 older adults have been inoculated. 13,973 received the vaccine in vaccination centers and 90 in nursing homes or at home.
Yesterday they closed 60 of the 70 vaccination centers against Covid-19 enabled in the Mexico City.
In accordance with Claudia Sheinbaum, the closure was due to the fact that in the three previous days an 88% advance was achieved in the vaccination of older adults in the municipalities of Cuajimalpa, Magdalena Contreras and Milpa Alta.
As of today, the Mexico City accumulates 533 thousand 825 confirmed cases of Covid-19 and 33,382 deaths from the disease, with an increase of 3,360 new infections in the last 24 hours and 245 new deaths.