A total of 237 thousand 617 Baja Californians over 60 years of age have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, informed this morning the Secretary of Health, Alonso Perez Rico.
Tijuana is the municipality where most adults have been vaccinated, registering 87 thousand 796 of the total, as of April 4, and where the vaccination continues this Monday.
Perez Rico pointed out that, for the moment, Tecate is the only municipality where the application of second doses of the anti-COVID vaccine has begun, which started last Saturday and reported that as of Sunday, 3 thousand 707 Tecate residents over 60 years of age had received it.
The vaccines available in the state are 59 thousand 894, of which 17 thousand are from Pfizer, and 42 thousand 343 are from Sinovac.
"These vaccines are not going to last this week, we are going to run out of vaccines", said Perez Rico, who commented that a new shipment of Pfizer vaccines is expected to arrive in Mexico, to continue with the application of second doses in the state.
Where will the vaccines be administered?
-Tijuana: Francisco Villa Health Center (Maclovio Herrera S/N Francisco Villa).
-Tecate (second doses): Teatro de la Ciudad/CEART (Tecate-Ensenada Highway Km 94).
-Rosarito: Rosarito Health Center (Av. La Bajada S/N Lomas de Rosarito).
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