Grandparents who were unable to apply the COVID-19 vaccine in Puerto Vallarta may attend the vaccination modules in Tomatlán, Cabo Corrientes and San Sebastián del Oeste, presenting their INE, CURP and proof of address.
According to the delegation of the Ministry of Welfare in Jalisco, they reported that because grandparents in this city did not reach Pfizer doses, they can go to these modules, such as Tomatlán, which is available at the IMSS Hospital, 1,116 and in the First Contact Hospital there are still 833 left.
On the other hand, in Cabo Corrientes, specifically in the Tuito Health Center, there are 500 doses available, while in the town of San Felipe de Híjar in San Sebastián del Oeste there are 100 doses.
However, the AstraZeneca vaccine will be applied to them, since these doses were distributed in these municipalities, however, most of the inhabitants of these communities have already applied it, while others do not want to, that is why the invitation is extended to Vallarta seniors to go to receive their vaccine, but the second dose would also have to be applied in the module they attend.
It is necessary that they bring their INE, CURP and proof of address to keep a record and registry of the application of the vaccine.
It is worth mentioning that last month vaccines arrived in these municipalities, leaving out Puerto Vallarta and Mascota, because the federal program indicated that first, to the communities where there were not so many health services and for them a little more than 11 thousand were allocated. vaccines.
In Puerto Vallarta, 21 thousand 450 doses were applied during the vaccination session last week, but since there was "Vaccine Tourism", many grandparents did not get vaccinated so there is this option of moving to these places with the attention of eight of the morning at three thirty in the afternoon.