The vaccination day against Covid-19 restarts at the CDMX military headquarters

The day of vaccination against Covid-19 restarted this morning in the 81st Infantry Battalion of the Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena), where Hundreds of health workers are lining up to be inoculated.

The vaccination day began around 12:00 hours on the instructions of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, and it is planned that today apply 3,900 vaccines in the 81st Infantry Battalion in Tlalpan, Mexico City.

The first to be vaccinated were the people who are part of the Operation Chapultepec: the doctors who came from other states of the Republic to help treat patients from Mexico City, the State of Mexico and Baja California.

In the 81st Infantry Battalion, 20 vaccination cells were installed and in each of these there are health sector personnel who take the data from the vaccinated and apply the doses.

Those who get vaccinated today should get a second dose in 21 days to boost their immunization.

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Photos: Carlos Mejía / EL UNIVERSAL

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