Vaccination Days to continue at 21 TGU health centers

Tegucigalpa Honduras – The Ministry of Health (SESAL) announced that they will continue their vaccination campaigns against children and covid-19 in 21 health centers in Tegucigalpa and Comayaguila.

Health authorities have reiterated that against all covid-19 variants, the vaccine is the most effective drug to prevent severe illness, hospitalization and death.

21 TGU health centers will continue working tomorrow on vaccination day
About 2.2 million doses of the vaccine have yet to be administered to the Honduran population.

Vaccination against covid-19

Central District residents can visit these vaccination sites this Sunday, September 3rd from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm.

  • Dr. Alonso Suazo (Health)
  • San Miguel
  • gravel
  • chili
  • pine
  • May 3
  • small cross
  • monterey
  • Garden of Eden
  • San Francisco
  • manchen
  • Adela Villa
  • Zambrano
  • tower
  • reed bed
  • forest
  • new Hope
  • united honduras
  • field flowers
  • new villa
  • February 21st.

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childhood vaccinations

In these health centres, children aged 2 to 11 months will be vaccinated with the pentavalent polio vaccine (diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, hepatitis B, pneumococcus).

Children aged 12 months will be vaccinated against measles, rubella, mumps and hepatitis A.

Hondurans who were vaccinated

About 2.2 million doses of the vaccine have yet to be administered to the Honduran population, according to SESAL. In addition, they stated that provisions have been put in place to guarantee the required vaccines, based on existing gaps in the different target groups.

Starting in September, 1.2 million doses of the bivalent vaccine and more than 270,000 doses of the monovalent vaccine will be received. These will meet expected demand for the remainder of 2023 and the first quarter of 2024.

Related note: UTH hosts successful Vaccination Day campaign

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