A few days ago it was reported an address located in The Grovesa residential area of Atizapán de Zaragoza, which operated as an anticovid vaccination center for children and adolescents.
The only requirement to be able to acquire one of the vaccines is to pay $150 for the first dose Y 100 more for the second.
According to the authorities, the alleged vaccines are not linked with the 500,000 vaccines that Texas donated a few days ago for children under 15 years of age in Nuevo León.
Clinic and its trade in vaccines against Covid-19
After videos circulated on networks about the home that operated as a vaccination center, Cofepris indicated that it has not issued a license to any individual for the sale or import of these vaccinesso people may consider any such offer to be illegal and a health risk.
According to the authorities, after being evidenced, In less than 24 hours, the clandestine clinic was dismantled and its operators disappeared.
Cofepris indicated that any product marketed as a Covid-19 vaccineregardless of its packaging, brand or location, constitutes fraud and is risky to health because it is of dubious origin.
The Commission recalled that the application of the preventive vaccine against Covid-19 is freeand that each batch must be inspected and analyzed by regulatory authorities to verify its effectiveness and safety.
Therefore, if you know of any establishment or point of sale that offers any product passing it off as a vaccine against Covid19, you are invited to make a health complaint through the official page of the Federal Commission for the Protection against Sanitary Risks.
How long should it take to get vaccinated if I had an aggressive COVID-19 infection?
Cases of COVID-19 have increased greatly due to the emergence of the new Omicron variant, which, according to the World Health Organization (WHO) covers 72% of cases in the world.
As we have told you before in AmericanPost.News, this variant is 70 times more contagious than the others; For this reason, it is that more and more of the population tests positive for the virus, which It generates symptoms such as cough, muscle pain and sore throat.
In this way, the waiting time for vaccination depends on how the virus affected you, according to the National Institute of Health (INS):
If your COVID-19 infection has been mild and your symptoms have not been worrisome, the waiting time is 15 days. To be vaccinated you must not have any symptoms.
If you have had an aggressive infection, which required hospitalization or a bed in intensive care, standby time is 90 days. There is scientific evidence that people gain better protection by receiving the vaccine.
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