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The undersecretary of Information Management in the Buenos Aires Ministry of Health, Leticia Ceriani, assured today that the number of people who apply the coronavirus vaccine is increasing, which she linked to the beginning of the fourth wave of the disease, which considered “expected” due to the arrival of low temperatures. In this sense, she referred to the progress of the vaccination campaign and also responded to questions about whether the new scenario could lead to restrictive measures to prevent further infections.

“Indeed we are starting a fourth wave of Covid-19, it was expected that with the arrival of lower temperatures there would be an increase in cases, it was logical and we knew it could happen; this fourth wave is going to have similar characteristics to the third wave” said the official in statements to Radio Provincia.

In that sense, he pointed out that “there may be many cases, but we assume that without a great impact in terms of the health system and deaths thanks to the vaccination campaign.”

For this reason, for the official “the most important thing in this context is that people continue to be vaccinated and that those who have not received the booster give it to them.”

“It is important that those who did not give themselves the third dose, give it to them, and also reinforce the measures that we have learned, ventilation, the use of the chinstrap in closed places, and hand washing, everything will depend on how much we let’s take care of and take care of others”, he said in the framework of the presentation of the National Hypertension Plan that took place this morning in Ensenada.

When asked about possible future restriction measures, Ceriani indicated that “No one can give certainty as to what may happen, but if that scenario that we assume and that we see in the rest of the world is verified, with many infections but without serious cases or deaths, we will be able to maintain the same level of activity that we are having. “.

“The number of people who come to get vaccinated is growing a lot and I think it has to do with the increase in cases and that is what is going to make a difference and will allow us to maintain the same activities that we have today,” he added.

In the province, all citizens over 12 years of age have free access to the first, second and third doses of the vaccine, since the reinforcement for children under that age was not determined.

Finally, Ceriani urged that those who did not apply the complete scheme approach any vaccination center.


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