The Minsa reported that it is expected to vaccinate against covid-19 about 45,000 people in this circuit.
People with disabilities in the 8-8 circuit who received their first dose of the covid-19 vaccine at the Omar Recreational Park will receive the second dose at the 20-30 Vaccination enabled in the Irving Saladino sports city, in the Juan Díaz district.
These people, said the Minsa, will generate an appointment, which can be verified through the site vacunas.panamasolidario.gob.pa/verificate, or through line 177.
Pregnant women must register on the vacunas.panamasolidario.gob.pa platform, present their control card and an authorization from their doctor to receive their doses against covid-19, highlighted the Minsa.
The Minsa asked the population to apply their second dose to attend in order and at the time that corresponds to them to avoid crowds.
Older adults should go to their vaccination centers for breakfast or lunch according to the time and day of their appointment, they are recommended to wear loose clothing, hydrated, take their medications and keep biosafety measures.
The vaccination day against covid-19 will begin at 7:00 am in the same vaccination centers used in the first phase.
Next the vaccination centers of the 8-8 circuit
- Corregimiento of Parque Lefevre: María Ossa de Amador School, José Dolores Moscote Institute, Juan B Sossa School.
- Río Abajo: State of Libia School, Caipi Villa Lorena, while in the Juan Díaz district: Elena Ch. De Pinate School, Carmen Solé B. School, Roberto Durán Gymnasium, José M. Torrijos School and the República de Guatemala School.
- Don Bosco: IPT Don Bosco, Villa Catalina School
- San Francisco: Isabel Herrera de Obaldia Professional School and Belisario Porras School.