Some 173 thousand 859 children from 5 to 11 years old in the 9 provinces of the Junín region will be vaccinated against COVID-19, of these 97.8% study in various educational institutions, where they are expected to be inoculated, the Governor announced yesterday Junín Regional, Fernando Orihuela Rojas.
In the first phase, educational institutions in the urban area and then in the rural area will be intervened. Differentiated schedules will be established to avoid overcrowding and will begin with educational institutions with the largest number of students. For which there will be vaccination brigades according to the amount of school population.
To work in an orderly manner, vaccination will be by sections and with a nominal registry. In the educational institutions of the rural area, the coordinating health personnel with the directors.
In total there are 219 vaccination points, 122 in educational institutions and 97 vaccination points in the area rural. Huancayo province, which has 70,540 minors to be vaccinated, will have 76 vaccination points in urban and rural areas. In Chanchamayo, which has 23 thousand 525 minors to be vaccinated, it has 20 vaccination points. Jauja with 10,340 children to be vaccinated will have 39 vaccination points. Satipo with 33,316 children to be vaccinated has 20 vaccination points.
In Tarma with 11,912 children to be vaccinated will have 15 vaccination points, Yauli 4,480 children to be vaccinated will have 11 vaccination points. Concepción 8,109 will have 18 inoculation points, Junín with 3,212 minors will have 7 points. “On January 17 the vaccines arrive in the country, we will collect them in 24 hours so that on January 18 or 19 they begin to be vaccinated,” said the Regional Governor of Junín, Fernando Orihuela Rojas, who urged parents and guardians to be attentive to the summons and go with their children, because they must sign the consent.