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When and where do I have to get a flu shot?

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Dr. Leandra Abarca, from the institutional immunization program, explained that, in order to avoid conglomerations between people with fragile health and people with respiratory diseases, safe and appropriate places were sought in the community to install the vaccination facility outside of services. of health. Therefore, the first information that people should find out in order to carry out the vaccination is to ask, before leaving, where the position is: if it is outside or inside the ebáis or the health area.

RISK POPULATIONS ARE VACCINATED IN ORDER ACCORDING TO THE FIRST LETTER OF THE FIRST LAST NAME. EVERY WEEK THE LETTERS CHANGE.

According to the prepared chronology, the scheme is as follows:

Vaccination according to the first letter of the last name

From May 4 to 8

People whose first last name begins the letters A-B

From May 11 to 15

People whose first last name begins the letters C-D-E

From May 18 to 22

People whose first last name begins the letters F-G-H

From May 25 to 29

Personas cuyo primer apellido empiece las letras I-J-K

From June 1 to 5

People whose first last name begins the letters L-M

From June 8 to 12

People whose first last name begins the letters N-O-P

From June 15 to 19

People whose first last name begins the letters Q-R-S

From June 22 to 26

People whose first last name begins the letters T-U-V-W

From June 29 to July 3

People whose first last name begins the letters N-O-P

OLDER ADULTS HAVE PRIORITY FROM 7:30 AM to 10:00 AM. m.

In compliance with the surname rule, every day older adults will have priority by age. For Dr. Abarca this information is basic to make the exit safe, since, if the person knows where to go from the moment they leave the house, they will avoid making detours in the neighborhood. Like the trade and farmer’s fairs during COVID-19, people over 65 will have priority in the early hours of the vaccination. Older adults are the most vulnerable to contagion from the pandemic and must take maximum care in their permitted exit to get vaccinated.

Who gets the vaccine in 2020?

• All children between the ages of three and seven.
• All adults over 59 years old
• All people from 7 to 58 years of age who are part of the risk groups (people with diabetes, people with heart disease, people with respiratory diseases such as asthma or “epoc” chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, people with cancer … yes are in the period of treatment that can be vaccinated, people with hiv, people with morbid obesity and pregnant women.

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