The director of a Mexican hospital who vaccinated relatives against COVID is separated from the position

The director of the Medical Center “Lic. Adolfo López Mateos ”, from Toluca, José Rogel, who administered the COVID-19 vaccine to members of his family, was separated from his position.

The general coordinator of Social Communication of the Government of the State of Mexico, Jorge Alberto Pérez, reported that Rangel has temporarily separated from his position to make himself available for investigations by the Internal Control Body and the Comptroller General of the State of Mexico.

The complaint of this case was made public on December 29 during the press conference held in the morning by President Andrés Manuel López Obrado.

This Wednesday, the president said that he was investigating the case of a doctor who, through influentialism, managed to get his family inoculated against the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

“The research was done and, indeed, yes, a family that did not correspond to the application of the vaccine arrived and with influentialism they were vaccinated. A doctor, his wife and one or two of their daughters. I will not talk about names, because that will correspond to the investigation that has already begun to punish this irregularity, “said the president.

For his part, Zoé Robledo, director of the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS), remarked that in the first phase of the vaccination plan against COVID-19, only medical personnel who attend the pandemic should be vaccinated.

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