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Vaccination of Ages 40-49 in Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico – 86,000 doses of the coronavirus vaccine arrived in the State of Jalisco on Friday, June 4. Vaccination of people ages 40-49 will begin on Tuesday, June 8 and run through Friday, June 11 in 53 municipalities, including Puerto Vallarta.

AstraZeneca (first dose) and CanSino (single dose) vaccines will be applied from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm or until the number of doses assigned for that day is exhausted.

In Puerto Vallarta, vaccination for people aged 40 and over will be administered at La Lija Physical Activity Center, Pablo Franco No. 1000, Col. Lomas del Coapinole. (Click HERE for Google map)

At the same time, vaccines will be given to pregnant women over 18 years of age, with more than 9 weeks of gestation, at the Puerto Vallarta Naval Hospital, Calle Educacion s/n, Isla Iguana. (Click HERE for Google map)

People ages 50 and over who for some reason did not get vaccinated when it was their turn, will also have the opportunity to be vaccinated at this time.

Pre-registration on the Federal Government website: mivacuna.salud.gob.mx IS REQUIRED. Be sure to bring a printed copy of your registration and a copy of your CURP (found on your residency card) with you.

The general recommendations for all attendees are:
Do not go to get vaccinated if you are sick or have a fever.
Wear a mask at all times.
Respect social distancing.
Avoid contact with other people.
Respects all sanitary protocols and hygiene measures.

Contraindications
The vaccine is contraindicated if you:

Have suffered from COVID-19 and have not yet recovered (15 days after the last symptom).
Live with any type of uncontrolled immunosuppression.
Have severe allergies.
Have received a blood transfusion, application of blood products, treatment with plasma or antibodies against COVID-19 in the last 3 months.

For more information, visit jalisco.gob.mx

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