The number of people vaccinated against COVID-19 in Mexico amounted to 24,998, reported Ruy López Ridaura, general director of the National Center for Preventive Programs and Disease Control (Cenaprece).
At a press conference, the official explained that this Wednesday a total of 5,837 people were vaccinated, of which 4,511 are from CDMX and 1,326 are from Coahuila.
The vaccination campaign against the pathogen began on December 24.
The day in which more people were vaccinated was Tuesday, December 29, with a figure of 9,085 people inoculated.
López Ridaura explained that, for now, the only vaccine that is being applied in Mexico is that of Pfizer and it is being received by first-line health personnel, that is, it is found in places where COVID patients are treated.
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