This week the vaccination continues with the third dose, including those vaccinated with vaccines other than Sinovac, but also children and laggards.
A considerable increase in the positive cases of Covid-19 have been registered in recent weeks due to the decrease in sanitary restrictions that were imposed in the country since the beginning of the pandemic.
Although the numbers remain high, these are still better than previous months Therefore, the population has several freedoms in terms of interregional mobility and holding social gatherings.
Of course, these benefits are mainly intended for people who have their Mobility Pass enabled, document that certifies that a person completed their vaccination schedule.
At present, several vaccination processes are being carried out. One of them is boys and girls between 6 and 11 years old with the SinoVac vaccine; another is the laggards of 12 or more years with first or second doses; and finally to adults with a third dose to create greater immunity.
This Tuesday, in addition, the inoculation with booster doses began to people with complete schemes other than Sinovac.
In the latter case, people should consider the date of their second vaccination to receive the booster dose. Here’s how to find out the exact date.
How do I know when the Booster Dose is due?
To know when you received the second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, you must enter the site mevacuno.gob.cl.
Later, log in with your unique key, password or serial number of your identity card.
Once inside, you must go to ‘My vaccinations‘where you can know both the date of the first dose and the second.
Once the information is known, You must follow the vaccination schedule until it corresponds to your date.