They will apply 2 thousand anticovid doses for boys and girls at the General Hospital of Torreón

From November 23 to December 9, two thousand pediatric doses against COVID-19 are expected to be applied in the module that was installed at the Torreón General Hospital to care for lagging boys and girls between the ages of 5 and 11 who reside in the municipalities of the La Laguna Metropolitan Area (ZML). The clinic is located next to the Manto de la Virgen and its hours of operation are from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

The regional coordinator of Development programs, Cinthia Cuevas Sánchez said that “we have many little ones who applied the first dose in the various days of delays that we have done and right now well It’s time for you to get your second dose.. The call is also for those who have not applied the first one or for the little ones who have just turned five years old.

To expedite the vaccination process, it is important that one adult per child attend. You must present valid official identification of the person accompanying the minor, as well as a copy of the CURP or the birth certificate of the child and the vaccination record available at “mivacuna.salud.gob.mx”. If it is the second dose, proof of vaccination of the first dose must be presented.

Last Monday, November 14, the Coahuila Health Secretariat reported that in the state the population between 5 and 11 years of age is 407,272 minors, of whom 43%, which translates into 185,240 boys and girls, already had their full vaccination schedule. This means that until that date 222 thousand 032 minors were pending to complete your scheme with the required doses.

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