Two vaccination clinics were held in the month of March. The clinics were carried out by the Wellness Committee in collaboration with the Yuma County Health Department, through the Esperanza Para Todos/Hope For All Program of the UnidosUS National Organization.
Vaccines applied in the 2 clinics = Moderna, Pfizer, Hepatitis A and Tdap (Tetanus)
Yuma County Health Department: Participated with staff of nurses for the application of vaccines and information table with Educators providing information about COVID 19
United US with the Hope for All program
Fire Department St. Luis, AZ
Yuma Catholic Services
Campesinos Sin Fronteras
Consulate of Mexico in Yuma
Approximately 400 people attended the two vaccination clinics satisfactorily on Thursday, March 3 and 31. In these clinics, first, second doses, booster and second booster were applied for people over 50 years of age or with chronic conditions. This booster is being applied to people 4 months after the first booster was applied. Also during the clinics, vaccines against COVID 19 were applied for children from 5 to 11 years old with the approval of the parents.
People from neighboring Mexico attended. Which came with different vaccines and Moderna or Pfizer were applied. The event continued with the approval of the combination of vaccines against COVID 19. All this in accordance with the specialists and health authorities. Other of the vaccines applied, was the Hepatitis A and Tetanus vaccine.
The next vaccination clinic will be on April 14, 2022 from 12pm-3pm.