In just 15 minutes, 3,874 San Juan people were signed up for the new groups to be vaccinated.

Yesterday morning, at a press conference, the province’s Minister of Health, Alejandra Venerando, generated great expectations by reporting that, As of this Saturday, registration would be enabled so that 200,000 people between 40 and 49 years old and workers considered essential during the pandemic, can receive the coronavirus vaccine. That was reflected in the response of the people. The sign-up page went online at 00:00 and in just 15 minutes, 3,874 people completed the form.

The data officially released indicates that, 2,524 San Juan residents over 40 years of age and 1,360 workers considered essential were added among those registered during that period. These numbers, differentiated as follows according to each department:

* 25 of May

– Over 40 years: 12

– Essential personnel: 2

* July 9th

– Over 40 years: 20

– Essential staff: 12

* Albardón

– Over 40 years: 52

– Essential staff: 30

* Angaco

– Over 40 years: 15

– Essential personnel: 13

* Capital

– Over 40 years: 546

– Essential personnel: 361

* Caucete

– Over 40 years: 59

– Essential personnel: 43

* Chimbas

– Over 40 years: 317

– Essential personnel: 137

* Church

– Over 40 years: 0

– Essential personnel: 1

* Jáchal

– Over 40 years: 8

– Essential staff: 3

* Pocito

– Over 40 years: 214

– Essential personnel: 119

* Rawson

– Over 40 years: 584

– Essential personnel: 269

* Rivadavia

– Over 40 years: 379

– Essential personnel: 214

* San Martin

– Over 40 years: 27

– Essential staff: 8

* St. Lucia

– Over 40 years: 237

– Essential personnel: 136

* Sarmiento

– Over 40 years: 18

– Essential staff: 8

* Any

– Over 40 years: 12

– Essential staff: 3

* Fertile Valley

– Over 40 years: 1

– Essential personnel: 0

* Zonda

– Over 40 years: 13

– Essential personnel: 1

It should be remembered that, to register You have to enter the site https://sisanjuan.gob.ar/vacunacionsanjuan (click here). Later wait for a message to arrive with the date, time and place of vaccination.

Inoculation for these groups will begin on Tuesday.

People considered essential are:

1. Collection, transport and treatment of urban, dangerous and pathogenic solid waste.

2. Public transport of essential passengers, transport of goods, oil, fuels and LPG.

3. Maintenance of basic services (water, electricity, gas, communications, etc.) and emergency care.

4. People affected by the performance of funeral services, burials and cremations.

5. Personnel who work in audiovisual, radio and graphic communication services.

6. Personnel of the justice services with attention to the public, as established by the competent authorities.

7. People who must assist others with disabilities and comorbidities, family members who need assistance, the elderly, boys, girls or adolescents.

8. Staff of wholesale and retail supermarkets and local retail stores for food, personal hygiene and cleaning. Pharmacy. Hardware stores. Veterinary. Provision of carafes.

9. Telecommunications activities, fixed and mobile internet and digital services.

10. Banking staff with customer service.

11. Home delivery of food, medicine, hygiene products, cleaning products and other necessary supplies.

12. Staff of hotels, restaurants, prepared food establishments and fast food establishments, with home delivery services.

13. Continuous process mining activity.

14. Food industries, their production chain and supplies; personal hygiene and cleaning; of medical equipment, drugs, vaccines and other health supplies, in the terms of article 3 of Administrative Decision PEN No. 429/20.

15. People affected to the attention of school, community canteens and picnic areas.

16. National and provincial registry activity.

17. Collection agency staff.

18. Postal and parcel distribution services. Electronic commerce (e-commerce) in the form of home delivery or delivery.

19. Security, cleaning and guard essential services personnel.

20. Workers of the national, provincial and municipal public sector with attention to the public. National, provincial and municipal government authorities.

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