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Chapala acting Presidente posted a video about an hour ago.  He basically said, STOP asking  us when the 2nd dose will be here.  He HOPES next week, says there will be locations in both Chapala and Ajijic and they will be organized by first letter of your last name.  

Read about here at the Chapala Covid-19 FB group,  https://www.facebook.com/groups/188028949308907/announcements

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That was already pretty damn clear. You seem to think I misread something. My post simply points out that you immediately bypassed the request, regardless of the link you posted. Someone else posted t

"In this day and age" being on Facebook is exposing yourself to problems unnecessarily. Official information from the goverment should be available to everyone on their public site.  So far, this has

Yes it still is last week's In fairness, that site  is where THIS week's schedule will come up when they get around to it....and no doubt  places announced will not be specific to Lakeside,  bu

Reported by many the second jab is about 7 to 8 weeks after the first. Our second in San Luis Potosi was on Wed. and was 7 1/2 weeks apart. They told us it would be only 3 weeks apart. Isn't it administrated federally not by the states?

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1 minute ago, AlanMexicali said:

Reported by many the second jab is about 7 to 8 weeks after the first. Our second in San Luus Potosi was on Wed. and was 71/2 weeks apart. They told us it would be only 3 weeks apart.

Longer isn't necessarily better, depending on vax. 

https://news.abs-cbn.com/news/03/16/21/duque-tells-sinovac-vaccine-recipients-2nd-dose-already-reserved-for-them

Duque, during the COVID-19 task force's weekly briefing with President Rodrigo Duterte, said those who have already been inoculated with Sinovac's vaccine will get the second dose after 28 days.  For Sinovac, we have already reserved the second dose.  For the simple reason that the interval between the first and the second dose is only 28 days," he explained.

https://vodenglish.news/longer-delay-recommended-between-covid-19-vaccine-doses/

Health Ministry spokeswoman Or Vandine stated in a voice audio message on April 9 that for Sinovac and Sinopharm, the second dose should be taken between 14 to 28 days after the first. She did not reply to questions about discrepancies in research and recommendations.

The director of Phnom Penh’s National Pediatric Hospital, Nhep Angkeabos, said his hospital was providing Sinovac to civil servants on a flexible timescale, with the second dose possible as early as two weeks after the first.

“For the second dose of Sinovac and Sinopharm, [dose intervals for] both are the same — between two weeks to four weeks — but if people come on the third week it is better than two weeks,” Angkeabos said.

“This is based on a test from Chinese laboratory,” he added. “We just followed the laboratory and the medicine producing factory. We just follow their advice.”

Li Ailan, World Health Organization representative to Cambodia, said Sinovac currently recommends that the second dose of its vaccine be delivered after 30 days “in routine settings,” though the second dose can be given after two weeks “in an emergency context.” She added that Sinopharm advises 21 to 28 days between doses.

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Earlier they said next week would be Jocotepec. Now they say Chapala and Ajijic. Confusing. Total confusion in Mexico-no wonder people are going to Texas for the vaccine.

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4 minutes ago, cedros said:

Earlier they said next week would be Jocotepec. Now they say Chapala and Ajijic. Confusing.

They keep talking but they won't know until it happens, most likely.

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Regarding the application of the second dose for the elderly, Isaac Trejo Gracián (acting mayor of Chapala) pointed out that there is still no official date from the Ministry of Health; so he asked the population for patience and calm

Check this page daily. When those in charge have a date and location it will be posted here:

https://www.jalisco.gob.mx/es/gobierno/comunicados/vacunacion-en-jalisco

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26 minutes ago, Mostlylost said:

Regarding the application of the second dose for the elderly, Isaac Trejo Gracián (acting mayor of Chapala) pointed out that there is still no official date from the Ministry of Health; so he asked the population for patience and calm

Check this page daily. When those in charge have a date and location it will be posted here:

https://www.jalisco.gob.mx/es/gobierno/comunicados/vacunacion-en-jalisco

And a day or two latrer they will change it.

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9 minutes ago, Mostlylost said:

If they change it the page will be updated. Thus check it daily.

Yes they reverse their announcements. on short notice.

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16 minutes ago, cedros said:

Yes they reverse their announcements. on short notice.

Literally thousands of people have received their vaccinations based on the information furnished by the Jalisco government on this webpage.... 40,000+ in Tonala as of yesterday based on the information posted on this official webpage for the state of Jalisco that is now showing there. It is where the press gets their updates. It is where the local officials get their updates. 

https://www.jalisco.gob.mx/es/gobierno/comunicados/vacunacion-en-jalisco

If you don't want to check it fine.   If you don't want to believe it fine.    If you don't like it fine.  That's your prerogative.

Just please ....do not discourage those who want to know when & where to get their vaccination from checking the source, rather than relying on second hand information or rumors.

https://www.jalisco.gob.mx/es/gobierno/comunicados/vacunacion-en-jalisco

 

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The information that Mostlylost about the vaccine locally as well as the process in getting a vaccine in the US has been very helpful and accurate. He has really kept me on target and led me in the right direction. After getting the second dose of Sinovac here, we will be heading to Texas for another brand of the vaccine.

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1 hour ago, Bisbee Gal said:

Longer isn't necessarily better, depending on vax. 

https://news.abs-cbn.com/news/03/16/21/duque-tells-sinovac-vaccine-recipients-2nd-dose-already-reserved-for-them

Duque, during the COVID-19 task force's weekly briefing with President Rodrigo Duterte, said those who have already been inoculated with Sinovac's vaccine will get the second dose after 28 days.  For Sinovac, we have already reserved the second dose.  For the simple reason that the interval between the first and the second dose is only 28 days," he explained.

https://vodenglish.news/longer-delay-recommended-between-covid-19-vaccine-doses/

Health Ministry spokeswoman Or Vandine stated in a voice audio message on April 9 that for Sinovac and Sinopharm, the second dose should be taken between 14 to 28 days after the first. She did not reply to questions about discrepancies in research and recommendations.

The director of Phnom Penh’s National Pediatric Hospital, Nhep Angkeabos, said his hospital was providing Sinovac to civil servants on a flexible timescale, with the second dose possible as early as two weeks after the first.

“For the second dose of Sinovac and Sinopharm, [dose intervals for] both are the same — between two weeks to four weeks — but if people come on the third week it is better than two weeks,” Angkeabos said.

“This is based on a test from Chinese laboratory,” he added. “We just followed the laboratory and the medicine producing factory. We just follow their advice.”

Li Ailan, World Health Organization representative to Cambodia, said Sinovac currently recommends that the second dose of its vaccine be delivered after 30 days “in routine settings,” though the second dose can be given after two weeks “in an emergency context.” She added that Sinopharm advises 21 to 28 days between doses.

Who to believe? "Duque, during the COVID-19 task force's weekly briefing with President Rodrigo Duterte, said those who have already been inoculated with Sinovac's vaccine will get the second dose after 28 days" 

I have already been 37 days. Notice he did not say how many days after 28 days.

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13 hours ago, Mostlylost said:

Regarding the application of the second dose for the elderly, Isaac Trejo Gracián (acting mayor of Chapala) pointed out that there is still no official date from the Ministry of Health; so he asked the population for patience and calm

Check this page daily. When those in charge have a date and location it will be posted here:

https://www.jalisco.gob.mx/es/gobierno/comunicados/vacunacion-en-jalisco

That link is out of date.

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On 4/19/2021 at 3:31 PM, gringal said:

When I clicked your link, the first thing it requests is logging into Facebook or creating an account.  So...not available.

That is out of date.

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3 hours ago, cedros said:

That link is out of date.

The link is not out of date  It is working perfectly. 

https://www.jalisco.gob.mx/es/gobierno/comunicados/vacunacion-en-jalisco

When there is new information it will be posted on the webpage. It is where the press gets their updates. It is where the local officials get their updates. If it hasn't changed it is because there is no new information to post. When there is new information it will be posted.

If you don't want to check it fine.   If you don't want to believe it fine.    If you don't like it fine.  That's your prerogative.

Just please ....do not discourage those who want to know when & where to get their vaccination from checking the source, rather than relying on second hand information or rumors.

Or possibly you have knowledge of a better source than Jalisco's official source.    If so post it      

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On 4/23/2021 at 5:16 PM, Mostlylost said:

Regarding the application of the second dose for the elderly, Isaac Trejo Gracián (acting mayor of Chapala) pointed out that there is still no official date from the Ministry of Health; so he asked the population for patience and calm

Check this page daily. When those in charge have a date and location it will be posted here:

https://www.jalisco.gob.mx/es/gobierno/comunicados/vacunacion-en-jalisco

Thanks. I do check that site many times a day. I just did and I see that the information in the link is still out of date. Maybe they will post more information Monday.

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On 4/23/2021 at 6:23 PM, Mostlylost said:

Literally thousands of people have received their vaccinations based on the information furnished by the Jalisco government on this webpage.... 40,000+ in Tonala as of yesterday based on the information posted on this official webpage for the state of Jalisco that is now showing there. It is where the press gets their updates. It is where the local officials get their updates. 

https://www.jalisco.gob.mx/es/gobierno/comunicados/vacunacion-en-jalisco

If you don't want to check it fine.   If you don't want to believe it fine.    If you don't like it fine.  That's your prerogative.

Just please ....do not discourage those who want to know when & where to get their vaccination from checking the source, rather than relying on second hand information or rumors.

https://www.jalisco.gob.mx/es/gobierno/comunicados/vacunacion-en-jalisco

 

And thousands have not gotten the information they need. Including all my neighbours and everyone I talk to. I don't believe it as it is often incorrect or incomplete and changes from hour to hour. Hard to keep up.

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I live near that hospital. I walk up there every morning about 8am and ask when the vaccination is coming. They had a sign up for weeks that more infomation would be posted soon. It never was. Yesterday the security guard assured me that  they would start this week. I posted on Chapala.com that I had heard a rumour about this but I did not post the details. Last night I was woken from my sleep by two phone calls about 9 pm. One was from a lady who lives across from the hospital and other came from a maid from Ajijic who works in the Rauqet Club. Both said that the second vaccinations would start today. At 4:30 this morning this infomation had still not been post on the Gobierno de Jalisco website.  The Gobierno has a communication problem-it is not reliable..  The information is still not posted on the Gobierno de Jalisco website promoted above-101/2 hours I had heard about it. 

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4 minutes ago, cedros said:

I live near that hospital. I walk up there every morning about 8am and ask when the vaccination is coming. They had a sign up for weeks that more infomation would be posted soon. It never was. Yesterday the security guard assured me that  they would start this week. I posted on Chapala.com that I had heard a rumour about this but I did not post the details. Last night I was woken from my sleep by two phone calls about 9 pm. One was from a lady who lives across from the hospital and other came from a maid from Ajijic who works in the Rauqet Club. Both said that the second vaccinations would start today. At 4:30 this morning this infomation had still not been post on the Gobierno de Jalisco website.  The Gobierno has a communication problem-it is not reliable..  The information is still not posted on the Gobierno de Jalisco website promoted above-101/2 hours I had heard about it. 

It was posted at Joco Gobierno FB page on Sunday evening.  

https://www.facebook.com/Jocotepecgob/

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3 minutes ago, Bisbee Gal said:

It was posted at Joco Gobierno FB page on Sunday evening.  

https://www.facebook.com/Jocotepecgob/

That post is on Facebook which many people don't use. It is still no posted on the Gobierno de Jalisco website. Poor communication.

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2 minutes ago, cedros said:

That post is on Facebook which many people don't use. It is still no posted on the Gobierno de Jalisco website. Poor communication.

It was posted around 9 last night.  While you may not consider their FB page to be "official" it is to the Gobierno.  In many instances it is easier and quicker to post to FB than it is to edit an HTML page.  You can choose to use FB or not, but in this day and age, you may miss out on info.  

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"In this day and age" being on Facebook is exposing yourself to problems unnecessarily. Official information from the goverment should be available to everyone on their public site.  So far, this has been the most confusing situation, ever.

 

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7 minutes ago, gringal said:

"In this day and age" being on Facebook is exposing yourself to problems unnecessarily. Official information from the goverment should be available to everyone on their public site.  So far, this has been the most confusing situation, ever.

 

My guess is it will appear on their HTML page sometime today, when the IT guy comes into work 😎   But give credit to the Gobierno that they posted the vaccine info on FB when they got it....9pm on a Sunday night.  

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On 4/24/2021 at 9:45 AM, Mostlylost said:

A total of 293,810 vaccines arrived in Jalisco early Sunday morning. It is the largest shipment that has arrived to the State to date since the pandemic began.

In the batch there are 202 thousand 350 doses from the CanSino laboratory , 58 thousand 700 from AstraZeneca and 32 thousand 760 from Pfizer - BioNTech .
The head of the Jalisco Health Secretariat (SSJ), Fernando Petersen Aranguren, specified that part of the units will be used to inoculate teachers and also for second doses of older adults.

He said that the dates and municipalities where they will be applied will be announced soon.
 

 

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