515 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine arrived to make the second application to the personnel of the front line of battle of the old General Hospital of Gómez Palacio.
Regarding the remaining 115, the director of the General Hospital of Gómez Palacio Fenando Zúñiga García, pointed out that they will be allocated to health workers who did not reach the first stage and who are also considered the first line of covid-19 care.
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Coahuila Health Secretariat fears that the effect of the anticovid vaccine will be ‘diluted’ due to delay in application
The Ministry of Health of Coahuila reported the arrival to the entity of 20,800 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine against covid-19, which will be distributed to the different areas of the entity and that do not require major conservation actions.
The head of the agency, Roberto Bernal Gómez, reported that 6,720 doses will be distributed in the Northern Region; in the Center 5 thousand 380; in the Southeast 5,840, and in La Laguna a total 2,860.
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Covid-19 cases drop in Durango; but they notice a weekly upward trend
Sergio González Romero, Secretary of Health of Durango, warned that In recent days, active cases have increased at the moment, with 1,214.
About him vaccination process He commented that the daily figures are cut, but so far a good step has been taken.
With regard to the daily report, this Friday 12 deaths and 49 new cases of covid-19 were reported in the state; accumulating 30,422 positives, 2,34 deaths and 1,214 active cases.
The new confirmed cases are distributed as follows: 39 in Durango, 4 in Gómez Palacio, 2 in Pueblo Nuevo, 2 in Vicente Guerrero, 1 in Lerdo and 1 in Nombre de Dios. Of the deaths, 6 correspond to the municipality of Durango, 4 to Gómez Palacio, 1 to Canatlán and 1 to Santa Clara.
Finally he said that the hospitalized patients are 140, of which 49 are reported serious. As of Friday, 24,219 people have recovered in the entity.
Vaccination advances by more than 50% in Tlahualilo and San Juan de Guadalupe
Tlahualilo and San Juan de Guadalupe were the first municipalities in the Lagunera Region of Durango, selected by the Federal Government, to implement the National Vaccination Program against covid-19 in the phase for adults over 60 years of age, from the start of the program in the State last Monday until Thursday, more than 50% of the 5,000 AstraZeneca vaccines that arrived had been applied.
In Tlahualilo, three modules were installed with their respective cells, one in El Lucero and in San Francisco de Horizonte, between the two they received 2,010 doses, and one more was placed in the municipal seat, where 2,030 vaccines arrived. While in San Juan de Guadalupe 860 doses arrived.