Great demand on the second and last day of vaccination against Covid-19 in Los Mochis

Los Mochis, Sinaloa.- For the second day in a row and just as the call indicated, yesterday the vaccination campaign against Covid-19 in Los Mochis for people considered laggards, that is, those over 18 years of age who are pending any dose.

Iris Longoria, head of the vaccination module set up in Plaza Sendero, acknowledged the good response of citizens to come to complete or open their vaccination schedule as the case may be. He highlighted that 1,800 people were vaccinated on the first day alone.

“We were impressed by the number of laggards. We cared for those over 18 years of age who did not have a first or second dose of AstraZeneca The Sinovac, but also to adults over 60 years of age who did not have their booster dose ”, he indicated.

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Yesterday was the last day of the campaign. Photo: Libertad Montoya / Debate

Specifications

He commented that many of the people who made an appointment in the module were in the 40-59 age range in search of their third vaccine, although they were not included in this stage.

“The important thing is that they must be very aware of the calls and what marks to avoid confusion and more crowds, but above all hours of queuing to not be benefited at the end,” he said.

Those considered lags were attended to. Photo: Libertad Montoya / Debate

In the same way, he clarified that although in the rural area the application of the booster dose for those 40 to 59 years of age, there is no date yet for Los Mochis.

He stressed that this third vaccine can only benefit those who have already completed six months of having applied the second dose.

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It is important to mention that starting today the vaccination campaign for teachers and other workers in the education sector will be carried out throughout the state. In the case of Los Mochis, the module will be in the University City of the UAS.

Graduated from the Career of Communication Sciences from the UdeO (now UadeO) Los Mochis unit. In 2007, she began her professional career as a reporter and host of the newscast Hechos Mochis for the television company TVAzteca. A year later, he went to the Noroeste newspaper, covering Government, Business and Agricultural sources. Subsequently, he joined the ranks of the team of journalists at each EL DEBATE editorial, where he currently covers the areas of Politics, Government and Business. Among his professional training, among others, stands out the Black Sheep journalism workshop that EL DEBATE carried out in conjunction with the International Consulting company Machine of Ideas. In addition to courses taught by INEGI related to electoral crimes and journalism, among others focused on journalism. In 2018 he was awarded by the Seminario de Cultura Mexicana, correspondent Los Mochis-El Fuerte y Guasave within the framework of the Day of Freedom of Expression

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