Lima, March 1, 2022Updated on 03/01/2022 11:14 am
The Directorate of Integrated Health Networks (Diris) of Central Lima, of the Ministry of Health (Minsa), reported that five schools will no longer be vaccination centers against the coronavirus (COVID-19) from today, March 1.
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In a post on Twitter, Diris Lima Centro explained that these educational centers will not function as vaccination points due to the upcoming start of school classesscheduled to start on March 28 at the national level.
They are schools located in the districts of Cercado de Lima, San Miguel and San Juan de Lurigancho. Check the following chart:
|districts||schools||They can attend:|
|Fence of Lima||IEE Hipolito Unanue||Mars field|
|San Miguel||IEE Bartolome Herrera||Legends Park|
|San Juan de Lurigancho||Faith and Joy N°37||IPD Bayovar Sports Complex|
|San Juan de Lurigancho||IEE Antenor Orrego Espinoza||Huiracocha Zones Park|
|San Juan de Lurigancho||IE No. 140 Santiago Antunez de Mayolo||Cesar Vallejo University|
Currently, the Minsa develops the vaccination of children aged 5 to 11 yearsas well as people of any age who have yet to receive their first, second or third dose.
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Remember that you must bring your National Identity Document (DNI) to any vaccination center, as well as wear a double mask or a KN95.
THEY WILL REQUIRE A CARD FOR OVER 12 YEARS OF AGE
The Government issued last Sunday, the Supreme Decree 016-2022 that extends the state of national emergency within the framework of the COVID-19 establishing “new measures for the restoration of social coexistence”, which will govern for 32 calendar days, starting on February 28.
Among the new measures Restrictions are established for minors over 12 years of age to enter public spaces such as beaches, stadiums, and air and interprovincial transportation.
According to the criteria of