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2nd Dose Pfizer in Guadalajara Starts Today, May 4th


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Those of you who got their 1st Pfizer shot in Guadalajara, the 2nd dose will be given this week.  You may want to check local FB pages as there is some discussion about changes to the location sites, especially with regard to the drive-thru site.  

Click on link as it describes process (alphabetical) and specific locations, etc. 

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

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Different days based on first letter of your last name.

Google translation:

This week starts the application of second doses of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine against COVID-19 in Guadalajara.

If you are an adult over 60 years of age, take advantage of this day to complete your schedule, from Tuesday 4 to Friday 7 May with an opening hours from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or until the daily doses are exhausted.

It is not necessary to stay overnight. There are enough doses for everyone, the application will be in alphabetical order:

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1 hour ago, sm1mex said:

Isn’t it too soon for the second dose given in Tlajomulco ?  The first dose was given a little over 2 weeks ago. 

This is for the Municipio de Guadalajara.  I'm not sure you can get the second shot if your first shot was in the Municipio de Tlajomulco.

Requisitos de vacunación para adultos mayores:

  • Acreditar con el INE ser adulto mayor de 60 años.
  • Llevar tu comprobante de la 1er aplicación en el mismo municipio.
  • Translation - Bring proof of your first dose from the same municipio.
  • Formarse en la fila y seguir las indicaciones del personal de salud.
  • Al formarse recibirás una ficha la cual deberá presentarse al ingresar.
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1 hour ago, sm1mex said:

Where in Guadalajara?  The university at Tlajomulco?

If you click on the link provided by Bisbee girl

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

Módulo de vacunación en Guadalajara

Dirección 

Parque Agua Azul 

Calzada Independencia Sur 973, colonia Centro.

Parque San Rafael

Ingreso de calle Federico Medrano esquina con calle Carlos González Peña.

Museo del Ejército y la Fuerza Aérea

Valentín Gómez Farías 600, colonia Reforma.

CUCEI (Peatonal)

Calzada Revolución 1500, colonia Olímpica

CUCEI (Drive Thru)

Calzada Revolución 1500, colonia Olímpica

 

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2 hours ago, sm1mex said:

Isn’t it too soon for the second dose given in Tlajomulco ?  The first dose was given a little over 2 weeks ago. 

I got mine 3 weeks ago on Thursday, some people on Wednesday. Time flies!

 

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1 hour ago, All Day said:

This is for the Municipio de Guadalajara.  I'm not sure you can get the second shot if your first shot was in the Municipio de Tlajomulco.

 

I think you are correct. Thanks for the clarification. I'll wait for the Tlajomulco directives.

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6 hours ago, Mopsy said:

I think you are correct. Thanks for the clarification. I'll wait for the Tlajomulco directives.

Tlajomulco (UofG) recorded a contact email and/or cellphone number. I await their notification. 

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Yes, I hope those who got the shot in Tlajomulco will share to the board if they get contacted, (and make a BOLD NEW SUBJECT HEADER RE: TLAJOMULCO);

and, what are the specifics: such as if second dose recipients will be assigned to come on

a certain day based on the first letter of their last name, or any other information that the officials tell.

I too think we should be contacted by the end

of this week as tomorrow marks 21 days for me,

which is the recommended time interval for dose 2 Pfizer.

Thank you all.

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2 hours ago, southland said:

tomorrow marks 21 days for me,

which is the recommended time interval for dose 2 Pfizer.

When I got the 1st injection at Tlajomulco, I was told that the 2nd one would be in 21-42 days (i.e. 3-6 weeks). This is the permissible interval according to the CDC.

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