Two modules will be installed in Mérida.
Mérida, Yucatán, (November 22, 2021).- If you still awaiting the second dose of Pfizer vaccine against the coronavirus , we have good news, as from today Monday, November 22nd, will be installed in Yucatan permanent modules for the application of the dosage mentioned.
Just this Thursday it was announced that on the same date permanent modules will be installed to apply AstraZeneca, Sinovac and Cansino vaccines to specific groups of the population, and now the state government announced that there will also be Pfizer.
It was announced that in Mérida the vaccination modules will be located in the Family Medicine Unit 59 of the IMSS, and the Family Medicine Unit of the ISSSTE in the Lindavista neighborhood.
Where will the modules be?
Likewise, in the interior of the state, the modules will be in the Tekax General Hospital and the Ticul Health Center. In Valladolid it will be at the Jurisdictional Vaccination Warehouse; in Izamal, at the Rural Hospital; in Motul, in the General Hospital of Subzone No. 3, and in Tizimín, in the Health Center.
Both in Mérida and in municipalities in the interior of the state, the opening hours will be from Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The authorities recommended that the population present proof of the first application of the vaccine, present official identification and CURP, take medications as usual, eat food before attending the appointment, and wear comfortable, short-sleeved clothing.
Special emphasis was made that this vaccine will be available only to people requiring second doses.
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