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In addition, the Secretary of Health, Fernando Petersen, informed that tomorrow the vaccination with a second dose of the pharmaceutical company Pfizer-BioNTech will start in the municipalities of Tlajomulco de Zúñiga and El Salto.

Saw this on the El Informador.  Anyone else can confirm this or have more information of alphabetical or not?

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As of  4PM Monday neither the Jalisco official website nor the UdeG webside (they did the first Tlajomulco drive in) shows any information. 

They can be updated at any time. 

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

https://udgtv.com/noticias/jalisco/

About 3:15 El Salto posted

During the day we will be receiving confirmation of the date, locations and times for the application of the second dose to our older adults who were vaccinated a few weeks ago.

  

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Tomorrow (Tuesday) start for Tlajomulco and El Salto is now confirmed @ 5:30 pm on the governor's official page. Hours are 8-4 or until daily allotment lasts; proof of first vaccine and INE (or Permanente/Temporal) required. (Note: other municipalities also are asking for CURP.)

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33 minutes ago, FlyFree said:

I clicked on these links but saw nothing regarding vaccine shots at the University of Guadalajara in Tlajumulco. There will be shots given in Tlajumulco but not at the University where you drive through.

 

Click the first link. Scroll down to where it says drive thru. All is there now at 7pm

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Thanks for posting that but I am still waiting to hear when they will be having first doses at Jocotepec (El Chante) for my 90 year old neighbour. If any spots the annoucement somewhere can they post it?

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Vacunación en Jalisco

 
 
Vacunación en Jalisco
 
 

Esta semana arranca la aplicación de segundas dosis de vacuna Pfizer-BioNTech contra COVID-19 en El Salto Y Tlajomulco

Si eres adulto mayor de 60 años aprovecha esta jornada para completar tu esquema, del martes 11 al viernes 14 de mayo con un horario de atención de las 8:00 a las 16:00 horas o hasta agotar las dosis del día.

No es necesario pernoctar. Hay suficientes dosis para todos, la aplicación será por orden alfabético:

 

Fecha

Letra

Martes 11 de mayo

A, B, C, D y E

Miércoles 12 de mayo

Pendiente

Jueves 13 de mayo

Pendiente

Viernes 14 de mayo

Pendiente

 

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.
  • Formarse en la fila y seguir las indicaciones del personal de salud.
  • Al formarse recibirás una ficha la cual deberá presentarse al ingresar.

Las recomendaciones generales para todos los asistentes son: utilizar cubrebocas en todo momento, respetar el distanciamiento social, si tomas medicamentos, llevarlos contigo; no acudir a vacunarse si estás enfermo o presentas fiebre; es importante que estés bien hidratado, desayuna antes de salir de casa y lleva algún refrigerio.

Asimismo te recomendamos utilizar calzado cómodo. En el caso de ser adulto mayor puede acompañarte una persona, si es que necesitas ayuda, evita el contacto con otras personas y respeta todos los protocolos sanitarios y medidas de higiene.

Contraindicaciones

La vacuna está contraindicada en el caso de:

  • Haber padecido COVID-19 y aún no te encuentres recuperado (contar 15 días posteriores al último síntoma).
  • Vivas con cualquier tipo de inmunosupresión.
  • Si padeces alergias graves.
  • Si recibiste transfusión sanguínea, aplicación de hemoderivados, tratamiento con plasma o anticuerpos contra COVID-19 en los últimos 3 meses. 

 

Módulos de vacunación en El Salto

 

 

Sede

Dirección 

Preparatoria Regional El Salto

Revolución Norte 81, Col. Potrero Nvo.

Escuela Secundaria 81

Calle Santa Fe 55, Col. Las Pintitas.

Escuela Primaria Sor Juana Inés de los Cruz

Calle 20 Mayo S/N, Col. Las Pintas

 

 

Módulos de vacunación en Tlajomulco

 

 

Sede

Dirección 

CUTLAJOMULCO (Drive Thru)

Carretera Tlajomulco - Santa Fe Km. 3.5 No.595 Col. Lomas de Tejeda

Rancho Santa María

Circuito Metropolitano Sur 9 Col. Jardines de Tlajomulco

Centro Multidisciplinario El Valle

Río de Janeiro s/n Col. Hacienda Santa Fe

Arena VFG

Carretera Guadalajara - Chapala km 20

Fracc. Los Silos

Preparatoria San José del Valle

Av. Concepción del Valle s/n 

Col. Unión del 4

 

 
La legalidad, veracidad y calidad de la información es estricta responsabilidad de la dependencia, entidad o empresa productiva del Estado que la proporcionó en virtud de sus atribuciones y/o facultades normativas.
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13 hours ago, Jackie said:

Any guess how  a car with "  mixed alpha "   last names might be handled  ? . or allowed ? 

On Channel 4 Guad news this a.m. reporter at one of the Tlajomulco sites spoke with a very elderly Mexican  lady who had arrived with her husband. HIS last name applied. Hers did  NOT..... and they turned her away.  IMO you'd better start scrambling for non-mixed alpha companions

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On April 15th we received our 1st Pfizer shot in the El Salto location that is shown on the Jalisco Government posting that "Ariboy" copied and posted (4 posts previous to this post.)  We left Ajijic at 8:00am this morning arrived at the El Salto site (about 3 kms from the airport). Had our second shot of Pfizer at 10:00am (we were probably within the first 60 vaccinated which didn't commence until 9:10am.  We were home in Ajijic at 11:05am.  Documentary proof of both shots in hand and only 26 days between the two vaccinations.

We have two sets of friends who attended the Cutlajomulco drive through site for their second  Pfizer shot this morning and their experience was much the same as ours (for time).   They were quite suprised to see far fewer people than when they received their first vaccination.   These two couples are long term seasonal use home owners in Ajijic but do not have a CURP number which didn't present a problem on either occasion.    Same time frame between shots for our friends.   Primary letter of their last names wasn't an issue.

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Tlajomulco?  ABCD and E were today.

The website still says tomorrow, Wednesday, is pendiente.

Another posting said vacunas will be given through the 14th at Tlajo.

My question is if we are last name F, G, H, I, or J should we assume we should be going to Tlajo tomorrow or should we waint until the website is updated. Anyone?

Thanks.

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