Anti-COVID vaccination for minors in La Laguna would not be in schools: Coahuila government

The anti-COVID vaccination for children under 5 and up to 11 years of age that the Secretary of Welfare in La Laguna has announced would not be in schools, but at the points that have been designated for previous vaccination processes among the population of the region , This was reported by David Flores Lavenant, coordinator of the Government of Coahuila in the Comarca Lagunera during this Friday.

The state official explained that there is permanent coordination with the Coahuila Ministry of Health and with the federal authority itself to define the dynamics to be followed in this vaccination processin which doses of the Pfizer pharmaceutical company will be applied to minors who are 5 years old and up to 11 years old.

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He explained that, according to preliminary information that they have been able to know, some of the vaccination points in La Laguna would be enabled, which have allowed an adequate process of applying doses, since These are strategic locations in the region and with facilities that facilitate the organization from the Welfare office itself in La Laguna.

The announcement of this new stage of anti-COVID vaccination among children between 5 and 11 years of age also coincides with the proximity of summer vacations at the basic level, so this process could be tied with the availability of parents to resolve this situation, according to Flores Lavenant himself.

“We know that there are going to be points as it has happened and that the children are going to be vaccinated there, it seems that we are already close to the vacation period, we are already close and apart, with the issue of heat they were going to advance a few days , the Secretary of Education has already announced that the holiday period was going to be brought forwardthen it would no longer be in the schools, it would be in the points already established that have been done previously”.

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It should be remembered that since Thursday, June 16, the mivacuna.salud.gob.mx digital platform was opened, the same one in which the data of the minors in question must be entered, it will be the Welfare office in each region detailing the logistics of applying vaccines in each of the municipalities.

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