From May 30 to June 3 in Mexico City, the vaccine against Covid-19 to young people from 12 to 17 years oldadults who have not received the first dose and booster for older adults.
The Government of CDMX reported that on this occasion, it will not apply a schedule to vaccinate people, so it is suggested come on the date and time that suits you bestknowing that there will be enough vaccine available.
The authorities detailed that young people between the ages of 12 and 17 will be inoculated with the biological Pfizeras long as they have not received a previous immunization or are missing the second dose.
On this occasion, a vaccination schedule will not apply, so people can go on the date and time that suits them best, being certain that there will be enough vaccines available.
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– CDMX Government (@GobCDMX) May 28, 2022
Requirements for adolescents from 12 to 17 years old
- Go accompanied by an adult
- Birth Certificate or CURP (or any document that proves that they are 12 years old)
- Take the file that can be downloaded at mivacuna.salud.gob.mx and pre-fill it to make the process more agile. If they forget it or are unable to download it, one can be provided to them at vaccination sites.
These are the vaccination points. The attention will be 09:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.:
CENCIS Navy (Sputnik-V)
Health Center T III Dr. Manuel Escontria
Health Center T III Dr. Galo Soberón y Parra
Health Center T III Portales
Health Center T III Dra. Margarita Chorné y Salazar
Health Center TIII Cuajimalpa
Health Center TIII Dr. José María Rodríguez
Health Center T III Dr. Gabriel Garzón Cossa
Health Center T III Dr. José Zozaya
Health Center T III Chinampac de Juárez
T III Oasis Health Center
Health Center T III Mexico Spain
Health Center T III Dr. Gastón Melo
Health Center T III September 13
Health Center T III José Castro Villagrana
Health Center T III Beatriz Velasco de Alemán
Health Center T III Xochimilco