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There will be no covid-19 vaccination in Los Mochis on May 10

Los Mochis, Sinaloa. – For a day, Vaccination campaign against Kovid-19 will be suspended when Mother’s Day is celebrated this…

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Los Mochis, Sinaloa. – For a day, Vaccination campaign against Kovid-19 will be suspended when Mother’s Day is celebrated this TuesdayReported to the delegation of federal welfare programs in Sinaloa.

However, this Monday began another phase where it wants to vaccinate all people 13 and older who are pending any dose.

In the case of the municipality of Ahom the enabling modules are Centenario Sports Center and Aurelio Rodriguez Sports City from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

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This is the first and second dose, depending on the beneficiary requirement, being applied for adolescents 12 to 17 years of age and it is Pfizer organic.

For those over the age of 18, similarly, it is required as the first, second, third or fourth dose and the vaccine is as per the AstraZeneca and Sinovac plan that the beneficiary bears.

In the Los Mochis case, this phase will end next Friday, May 13.


In the case of adolescents aged 12 to 17 years, they must submit a pre-filled format on the site and in the module they will be given a letter of responsibility that the parent, guardian or adult partner sign Will have to do

For those above 18 years of age, they will have to submit a pre-filled form on the official site and in case of such a certificate of previous dosage.

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It is noteworthy that the program will include vaccination for one day next Saturday, May 14, from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm at the Ignacio Zaragoza Secondary School in Sindicatura de Higuera de Zaragoza.

Vaccination against Kovid-19 begins among adolescents aged 12 to 14 in Los Mochis

Graduated with a Communication Science degree at the UdeO (now UadeO) Los Mochis unit. In 2007, he began his professional career as a reporter and host for the television company TVAzteca’s news program Hechos Mochis. A year later, he moved to Noroste newspaper, giving coverage to government, business and agricultural sources. Subsequently, he joined the team of journalists from each of the editorials of EL DEBATE, where he currently covers the fields of politics, government and business. Among his professional training is the Oveja Negra Journalism Workshop conducted by EL DEBATE in association with the international consulting company Máquina de Ideas, among others. Courses related to electoral crimes and journalism offered by INEGI, in addition to other courses focused on journalistic practice. In 2018 he was honored by the Mexican Culture Symposium, Correspondents Los Mochis-El Fuerte and Gusave, in the framework of the Freedom Day of Expression.

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