Wellbeing announces a new date to vaccinate against COVID-19 to young people from Torreón who are lagging

Social Welfare in La Laguna de Coahuila announced this morning that another date will open in Torreón to vaccinate against COVID-19 for young people between 18 and 29 years old who are lagging behind. That is, they have not been inoculated on the day marked on the calendar in alphabetical order.

The appointment will be this Friday, September 17 in the vaccination modules located in the General Hospital in Drive-thru mode and in the Urban Forest, in pedestrian mode.

The schedule will be from 8 in the morning to 2 in the afternoon and it is important to come with your complete documentation: copies of the CURP and official identification, as well as vaccination file with QR code, which can be downloaded at mivacuna.salud.gob.mx

This Wednesday, the first doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine are applied to those with last names that begin with the letters Q, R and S. Today the Peñoles Community Center also operates as a vaccination center, in pedestrian mode.

The delegate of Social Welfare, Cintia Cuevas Sánchez, reported that this day it is expected to close the Mass Inoculation Day with around 95 thousand doses applied to the young sector of this city.

It should be mentioned that for this age range, the federal government sent Torreón a total of 118 thousand AstraZeneca doses.






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