This Sunday, the Ministry of Public Health (MSP) introduces 20 vaccination scales to track the doses applied against COVID-19 | community | Guayaquil
The tool will be available from 22:00 this Sunday.
The Ministry of Public Health (MSP) announced that the Vaccine Scale will be introduced today, a project that is planned to track virtually online doses against COVID-19 applied daily.
Some of the details that will be recorded in this project will be the age group, type of occupation, among others, announced for this state file. The tool is scheduled to launch at 22:00 this Sunday through the official website of MSP: www.salud.gob.ec.
The vaccine scale was included in the COVID-19 immunization plan developed by Lenin Moreno’s government six months ago. However, the plan will only be released in the next few days.
The previous central government plan provided for the design of a digital and manual vaccine scale with a mechanism that allows determining the extent to which daily and weekly goals have been achieved, as well as re-adjusting or resuming strategies and programs. Additionally, look for the population who did not receive the dose.
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Today, people vaccinated on May 30 are being called in to receive the second dose of the Pfizer vaccine, according to the previous system’s scheduling.
People vaccinated on May 23 will get their second dose of Sinovac vaccination today, nationwide.
Similarly, people who were vaccinated on April 27 must head today to the various vaccination points in the country to receive the second dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine.
In Guayaquil, the following vaccination camps will be enabled today: Almirante Illingworth Naval Academy and the Catholic University, both in the North; Faculties of Architecture and Management of the University of Guayaquil, in the center; Educational unit Cristobal Colon, in the south of the city.
Similarly, in the canton of Samborondon, vaccination points are the amphitheater of the municipality and the Universidad Espírito Santo Specializations (UEES).
In rotation, the local convention center has been enabled for vaccination.
Yesterday, dozens of people came to receive the second dose. No large crowds were recorded at the vaccination points.
Likewise, those vaccinated on May 29 received second doses of Pfizer; The second dose of Sinovac those who applied the first on May 22; and a second dose of AstraZeneca for those vaccinated on April 26. (I)