Pedestrian Day: Five points are given for receiving anticovid vaccines in La Paz.  enables

The Mayor’s Office of La Paz has activated five anticovid vaccination stations, two mobile units and three in urban hospitals for this Sunday, the day of pedestrians and cyclists, to which the population can go from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. To receive injection.

On this day, dedicated to the public and without the traffic of vehicles, the mobile vaccination stations will be operational at 8:00 a.m. and at 4:00 p.m. in El Prado (in front of Banco Bisa) and in San Miguel (south zone) end and in front of the church); Health workers will visit the city hospitals of Cotahuma, Los Pinos and La Portada between 8:00 AM and 12:00 PM.

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“This Sunday we will vaccinate in Cotahuma, so we invite the population to visit our vaccination center,” said the director of the Cotahuma Hospital, Ximena Mercado.

The municipality of La Paz is promoting anticovid vaccination in order to reach a greater number of vaccinated citizens and with this aim it displaced mobile units in the markets and in Barrios de Verdad in August.

“This Sunday we will vaccinate in El Prado and hope that there will be enough people, as happened on Thursday and Friday at Siles Stadium in Plaza San Francisco,” said doctor Andrea Gamarra, head of the mobile brigade who are doing this will be in El Prado.

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On September 2, 437,225 people in the city of La Paz received the first dose; 284,276 with the second dose; and 77,911 with the single dose. According to the Ministry of Health, this corresponds to 95% of the vaccinated population.

The National Day for Pedestrians and Cyclists is carried out in accordance with Law 150 of 2011, which suspends the traffic of vehicles for the protection of the environment and the implementation of various educational, artistic, cultural and sports activities for the Bolivian people.

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