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Five of us went to day to University of GDL  to get Phizer vax, We were in and out in 50 minutes, we did not even have to get out of the car, everyone we had contact with spoke english, we got rcpt.for our return to get second shot in 3 weeks, they will email us when we should come back...

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THANK YOU GimpyChimp. In that case, I can accept that and apologize to anyone offended.  

Five of us went to day to University of GDL  to get Phizer vax, We were in and out in 50 minutes, we did not even have to get out of the car, everyone we had contact with spoke english, we got rcpt.fo

33 people died in Europe from Pfizer vaccine.  In USA  2 died from this vaccine also.   Got to be careful. 

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15 minutes ago, artsnob said:

Five of us went to day to University of GDL  to get Phizer vax, We were in and out in 50 minutes, we did not even have to get out of the car, everyone we had contact with spoke english, we got rcpt.for our return to get second shot in 3 weeks, they will email us when we should come back...

Lucky you. How did you arrange it?

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I recently got my second Pfizer shot earlier this week up north. Pfizer is a very highly rated covid-19vaccine, much more so than the ones offered lakeside (or so I read on this and other forums). I hope you will not have any problem getting your second shot.

How much did this vaccine shot cost?

 

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39 minutes ago, artsnob said:

Five of us went to day to University of GDL  to get Phizer vax, We were in and out in 50 minutes, we did not even have to get out of the car, everyone we had contact with spoke english, we got rcpt.for our return to get second shot in 3 weeks, they will email us when we should come back...

We just had the same experience today. Very well organized. Start to  finish was less than an hour and I saw at least 1000 cars.

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We just drove to the university, pulled in at vaccination sign, Then some one checked your papers, then someone asked for our emails and two telephone numbers then drove on got shot, and went to waiting area, alot of students were dancing to entertain us, about every five minutes a doctor came to check if everyone was feeling ok, then we were told to drive out, the whole time was 50 minutes, none of us are having any bad reaction...

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5 minutes ago, artsnob said:

Pete The best price, free!!!

The WHO stated no vaccines will be sold privately until Oct.. Now only to federal governments.

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1 hour ago, artsnob said:

Five of us went to day to University of GDL  to get Phizer vax, We were in and out in 50 minutes, we did not even have to get out of the car, everyone we had contact with spoke english, we got rcpt.for our return to get second shot in 3 weeks, they will email us when we should come back...

 

46 minutes ago, sunshineydays said:

We just had the same experience today. Very well organized. Start to  finish was less than an hour and I saw at least 1000 cars.

How did you get the information regarding the venue and that Pfizer vaccines were going to be used?

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27 minutes ago, sm1mex said:

How do you sign up for this at the university?  

He covered that.... just drove to the University and looked for vaccine signs.....

Nows how they knew to do this is still unanswered. 

 

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We were there today as well.  No sign-up required.  Just drove in and showed our registration form.  VERY well organized with lots of high energy and helpful students who are all volunteers.  Tomorrow will be the last day for first shots and second round will be in 4 to 6 weeks.  All shots are Pfizer from coolers on site.  Didn't hear anybody talking about running out of vaccine.  Folks giving the shots show you the vaccine in the syringe and then after use, they show you the empty and then break the syringe where you can see it.  All folks are directed to tent garage to wait 20 to 30 minutes where folks will come by to check on you.  Not all spoke English but many did.  All done without leaving the car.  All of Mexico should be doing the vaccines the way these amazing young folks do it.  No questions about where you live; only a variety of health issue related questions.  Takes an hour to get there on good roads.  The UdeG is outside of town and from the Chapala side of lakeside it can be reached without really going into Tlajamulco.  Kudos to U de G and others should learn from them.  Alan

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36 minutes ago, barrbower said:

We were there today as well.  No sign-up required.  Just drove in and showed our registration form.  VERY well organized with lots of high energy and helpful students who are all volunteers.  Tomorrow will be the last day for first shots and second round will be in 4 to 6 weeks.  All shots are Pfizer from coolers on site.  Didn't hear anybody talking about running out of vaccine.  Folks giving the shots show you the vaccine in the syringe and then after use, they show you the empty and then break the syringe where you can see it.  All folks are directed to tent garage to wait 20 to 30 minutes where folks will come by to check on you.  Not all spoke English but many did.  All done without leaving the car.  All of Mexico should be doing the vaccines the way these amazing young folks do it.  No questions about where you live; only a variety of health issue related questions.  Takes an hour to get there on good roads.  The UdeG is outside of town and from the Chapala side of lakeside it can be reached without really going into Tlajamulco.  Kudos to U de G and others should learn from them.  Alan

What time do they start? Thanks.

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7 minutes ago, catbird said:

Yes, an address would be helpful. Also, what should we take. More information please.

I don't have an address. I would like to know which campus? But you need to have a copy of:

1. Your registration for the vaccine.

2. CURP

3. Front and back of you permanent resident card.

4. A recent bill.

 

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All they wanted to see was the vaccine registration which has your CURP number on it.  We took all the other stuff with us just in case but it wasn't needed.  I'd take it just in case.  Google "best route Chapala to Universidad Politecnica Tlajamulco."  Take road to airport and turn off to go to Cajititlan.  You have to use a returno.  As you approach Cajititlan there will be a sign directing you to the right towards Tlajamulco.  The 4 lane road goes to town but if you look at the map you turn off before getting into the busy town center The UdeG is on the east/northeast side of town out in the farm land.  https://www.google.com/maps/dir/Chapala,+Jalisco/Universidad+Politécnica+de+la+Zona+Metropolitana+de+Guadalajara,+Carretera+Tlajomulco+-+Santa+Fé+Km.+3.5+No.595+Lomas+de+Tejeda,+45641+Tlajomulco+de+Zúñiga,+Jal./@20.45583,-103.4281593,11z/data=!4m14!4m13!1m5!1m1!1s0x842f40b1771f4cb7:0x73c1721b67d87f53!2m2!1d-103.1846016!2d20.3051576!1m5!1m1!1s0x842f515676ce60d1:0xf6f1b0add14f8875!2m2!1d-103.4135878!2d20.4645456!3e0   There are students on the road directing you where to turn into the campus and they will walk you through all the rest.

This is the link to the map.  Hope this helps.

Alan

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People have been going all week.  

Go to the Facebook page Lake Chapala Covid-19 Group for instructions, directions, reviews, etc.  For those of you not wanting to drive yourself there are people organizing van and car pools.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/188028949308907/

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