Kreplak stressed that “the vaccination campaign is a success and shows undeniable results.” Photo: Eva Cabrera
Buenos Aires Minister of Health, Nicols Kreplak, stated this Monday that “Argentina is one of the countries that applied the most vaccines in relation to the population.”
In this context, the official stressed that “the vaccination campaign is a success and shows unobjectionable results”
“We add one more week of each sustained of cases, where in @BAProvincia it is 25% in relation to the previous one,” Kreplak wrote on his Twitter social network account.
Argentina is one of the countries that applied the most vaccines in relation to the population. The vaccination campaign is a success and shows undeniable results. We add one more week of each sustained of cases, where in @BAProvincia It is 25% in relation to the previous one.@Kicillofok pic.twitter.com/tnpAYguWh3
Nicols Kreplak (@nkreplak) October 11, 2021
This Monday, the health portfolio reported that the total number of vaccines applied so far in the Buenos Aires territory reaches 21,032,110, of which 11,620,721 correspond to the first dose and 9,411,389 to the second.
The authorities of the province of Buenos Aires have found that all persons between the ages of 3 and 17 can register in https://vacunatepba.gba.gob.ar/ or through the VacunatePBA application to receive the Covid-19 vaccine.
It is clear that It is essential that boys and girls between the ages of 3 and 12 have the consent of their parents or caregivers to receive the dose.
While, all those over 18 years of age have the possibility of accessing the so-called “free vaccination”, that is, go without a turn to any of the 400 points where coronavirus vaccines are applied, only with a DNI that proves domicile in the province, and receive your first dose.
At the same time, people over 30 years of age, pregnant women, health, safety and education personnel, immunosuppressed and those over 18 years of age with pre-existing diseases can receive the second dose of the vaccine without an appointment provided they have completed the interdose period recommended by the health authorities.