The Comite de Bien Estar staff in collaboration with the Yuma County Health Department through the Esperanza Para Todos/Hope For All Program of the UnidosUS National Organization, carried out vaccination clinic #26.
Applied vaccines = Modern, Pfizer, Hepatitis A and General for children from 0 to 18 years old.
Yuma County Health Department: Participated with nursing staff for the application of vaccines
Unidos US Esperanza Hope for All Program
San Luis, AZ Fire Department
Consulado de México in Yuma, AZ.
Campesinos Sin Fronteras (blood pressure and glucose tests)
Total Vaccines= 145
Pfizer (12yrs+) = 19
Pfizer (5-11yrs) = 7
Pfizer (6month-4yrs) = 2
Hepatitis A = 11
Around 200 people successfully attend these vaccination clinics. First and second doses are applied, also the first booster for people 5 years and older and the second booster for people 12 years and older. This reinforcement is being applied 4 months after the first one was applied. In addition, due to the need to provide an accessible space in this return to school, general vaccinations will also be applied to children from 0 to 18 years of age during the clinic.
Another service provided during the event by the Comite de Bien Estar staff were home tests to detect COVID 19.
Also like every vaccination clinic, the Fire Department was in charge of the safety regarding secondary reactions of all the people who applied the vaccine against COVID 19.
Another of the participants in the event was that of the Consulate of Mexico in Yuma. They participated with a Documentation Day where people with an appointment could request Passports, Voter Credentials, Registrations and Copies of Birth Certificates. Another organization that also participated was Campesinos Sin Fronteras, carrying out glucose and blood pressure tests on the attendees.
The next vaccination clinic will be September 8, 2022.
963 E. B Street in St. Louis, AZ.