Vaccination of children between 5 and 11 years of age is suspended due to lack of doses in Iquitos (VIDEO)

Vaccination of children between 5 and 11 years of age is suspended due to lack of doses in Iquitos (VIDEO)

The Immunization Coordinator of the Regional Directorate of Health (Diresa) Loreto, Rosa Valera, reported that vaccination against children from 5 to 11 years old was paralyzed this Wednesday in the city of Iquitos due to the high demand it had and that caused the doses to run out.

“We must mention that our vaccine had a stock to serve children and to date we have run out of vaccines in the Loreto region. For this reason we have to explain to the parents, not only to thank them for their welcome, but also to tell them that we will not be vaccinating children over 5 to 11 years of age because of the stock of the vaccine”he specified in statements to RPP Noticias.

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Likewise, the coordinator explained that a total of 24,855 doses of pediatric vaccines were applied in Iquitos, which corresponds to 79.4% of existing doses. The rest of the vaccines, that is, 600,400 doses, are distributed in other provinces of the Loreto region, where the inoculation continues without problems.

Pediatric vaccination for children between 5 and 11 years of age is suspended due to lack of doses in Iquitos, reported Diresa Loreto | VIDEO

Similarly, Valera specified that, to date, 12.66% of children in the Loreto region already have their first dose against the coronavirus.

For his part, doctor Channer Zumaeta, regional health director of Loreto, pointed out that today a new stock of pediatric vaccines should arrive in the region, which will allow continuing protection against to those under 11 this Thursday. Likewise, he pointed out that the inoculation of people over 12 continues normally.

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Regarding the pediatric doses in Iquitos were exhausted, the head of Immunizations of the Ministry of Health (Minsa), Gabriela Jiménez, pointed out that at noon this Wednesday a new batch of vaccines will arrive in the Loreto region.

“At noon Loreto has its supply of biologicals. I must clarify that they have not run out of vaccines, what happens is that what we have available is that the doses arrive and are being distributed to all the micro-networks and health establishments. Around Loreto everyone has, in the center of Loreto what they are going to receive is now at noon, immediately the distribution will be made so that in the afternoon-evening the vaccination can continue”, explained to RPP Noticias.


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