First lady enthusiastically announces that she has already been vaccinated against COVID-19

The first lady of the Republic, Rthat Arbajeannounced on Monday afternoon that he received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. His emotion was remarkable when he released the information and he took the opportunity to highlight the importance of inoculation “to return to normality.”

Today began Phase II of the Government’s National Vaccination Plan against COVID-19, which is aimed at people over 50 years of age.

“Today I got vaccinated at a San Carlos post! Those of us who have suffered from covid-19 know how difficult it can be and the consequences it leaves. The vaccine is key to return to normality and to melt back into those warm hugs that we so much need, ”he said.

Arbaje also stressed that people who have suffered from the disease, like her, know “How difficult the consequences can be.”

President Luis Abinader’s wife was vaccinated at the San Carlos Club, in the National District, whose staff thanked the treatment received.

“I thank the medical staff of @SaludPublicaRD and to the volunteers who work so hard every day in the vaccination process. Thanks also to so many beautiful people from San Carlos who filled me with energy. The 50+ phase is underway. Get vaccinated! ”, detailed on his Twitter account @raquelarbaje.

Arbaje shared images of her sharing with vaccination personnel and people who came to receive the drug on her account.

On the morning of this Monday, the Vice President of the Republic, Raquel Peña, also received the first dose of the vaccine against COVID-19, who announced that the Government is in the process of acquiring 500,000 more vaccines for the next few days.

“We will have very good news for all of you and the Dominican people. Perhaps this week to inform you when the next batch of Sinovac vaccine will arrive and more than 500 thousand, God willing ”, He said.

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The official was vaccinated at the Juan Pablo Duarte Olympic Center, in the National District.


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