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Have not tried this yet, but there were many comments about this a few months back.  It said all you do is go where you went before with your ID and CURP and you will get free service.  Not sure whether that sure stands now, but why not try and see what happens.  I have Seguro Popular, and if I need service, I will go to the Chapala office (can't remember the street name) and see what happens.  I usually just go there for flu shots every year.

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Just now, EldonNova said:

Have not tried this yet, but there were many comments about this a few months back.  It said all you do is go where you went before with your ID and CURP and you will get free service.  Not sure whether that sure stands now, but why not try and see what happens.  I have Seguro Popular, and if I need service, I will go to the Chapala office (can't remember the street name) and see what happens.  I usually just go there for flu shots every year.

Due to the Covid Epidemic Both IMSS and SP clinics are working on a very restricted basis..best to go to the particular facility nearest you and check out their status 

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They did not merge. Seguro Popular is now called INSABI. Take your visa and a printout of you CURP.

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