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At the risk of getting slammed, I would like to suggest it would be better for the expat community, which has proven quite effective in protecting themselves from covid, to let the Mexican community who have to be out there working or are living in larger family groups, to get the first few rounds of vaccinations.  Personally speaking I'd also be leery of getting around those large crowds of vaccination seekers.

 

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Who knows how those of us that do not want Sinovac  (I know there are pros and cons to all of the vaccines)  will actually be able to get a vaccine locally.  Time will tell.  However, for the two of us, we are willing to wait for ''the next phase'' to get an injection. The next phase may be those over 60 wait in line with those under 60 for injections.  Or, possibly a vaccine will be available for a reasonable cost from a clinic, hospital or doctor locally.  The Shadow Knows!

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50 minutes ago, Mainecoons said:

At the risk of getting slammed, I would like to suggest it would be better for the expat community, which has proven quite effective in protecting themselves from covid, to let the Mexican community who have to be out there working or are living in larger family groups, to get the first few rounds of vaccinations.  Personally speaking I'd also be leery of getting around those large crowds of vaccination seekers.

 

Totally agree!

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1 hour ago, ibarra said:

Who knows how those of us that do not want Sinovac  (I know there are pros and cons to all of the vaccines)  will actually be able to get a vaccine locally.  Time will tell.  However, for the two of us, we are willing to wait for ''the next phase'' to get an injection. The next phase may be those over 60 wait in line with those under 60 for injections.  Or, possibly a vaccine will be available for a reasonable cost from a clinic, hospital or doctor locally.  The Shadow Knows!

No government, including Mexico, will be allowed to have any vaccines sold privately in their countries until October according to the United Nations. You will have to wait until then. A very bad idea. Get vaccinated now with what you are offered and do us all a favor. It will be much appreciated. Thank you.

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1 hour ago, Mainecoons said:

At the risk of getting slammed, I would like to suggest it would be better for the expat community, which has proven quite effective in protecting themselves from covid, to let the Mexican community who have to be out there working or are living in larger family groups, to get the first few rounds of vaccinations.  Personally speaking I'd also be leery of getting around those large crowds of vaccination seekers.

 

For once, I completely agree with  you.

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6 hours ago, ibarra said:

The Shadow Knows!

Doubt that very much..... but if he does, he's NOT sayin'

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I would say that today´s group in Ajijic , as me, were majority older Mexicans.  Most younger Mexicans respect age, even if it´s foreigners, so I don´t think they perceive it as a problem.

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