President Andrés Manuel López Obrador reported that his government does not rule out applying a third booster dose of vaccines against COVID-19 that would begin with the elderly.
In a morning press conference from the facilities of the 52nd Infantry Battalion, the federal president stressed that despite the fact that the number of infections is decreasing, “We should not trust ourselves”, so he called on the population that has not been vaccinated against the pandemic to do so and protect themselves.
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“The pandemic is down, but we should not trust ourselves and the best thing is that whoever has not been vaccinated, that agrees to be vaccinated, protected and it is not mandatory, it is not by force, it is voluntary, but we must continue vaccinating, “said the president, leading his morning conference from Zacatecas.
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“The vaccination of (young people) 15 to 17 years of age has already begun, and we are vaccinating laggards and a third dose is not ruled out, starting with older adults,” he said.