March 2023

Total Vacciness

Comite De Bien Estar staff in collaboration with the Yuma County Health Department and Campesinos Sin Fronteras through UnidosUS and Esperanza Para Todos/Hope For All Program of the UnidosUS National Organization conducted the vaccination clinic #36.

Vaccines= Moderna, Pfizer, Bivalente booster, Influenza, Tetanus, Pneumonia and Hepatitis A


  • Yuma County Health Department
  • Unidos US/ Hope For All Program
  • Mexican Consulate
  • Campesinos Sin Fronteras
  • Sunset Health
  • The University of Arizona
  • Ventanilla de Salud
  • Legal Services
  • PPEP


Vaccines applied = 118
Pfizer Bivalent booster = 12
Dose 1 and 2 = 2
Moderna Bivalent booster= 22
Dose 1 and 2= 2
Hepatitis A =31
Influenza = 23
Pneumonia = 2
Tetanus= 24
COVID 19 Vaccines =38

Comite De Bien Estar and Campesinos Sin Fronteras staff attended more than 200 people in the vaccination clinic on Friday, March 10 from 3:00am to 6:00am. The clinic was dedicated to farmworkers community. In this clinic the vaccine against of Pneumonia continued to be applied to all those aged 65 and over.

During the clinic different services and resources were offered such as:

  • The Health Department in addition to applying vaccinations, also provided information about available programs
  • Comite De Bien Estar provided information and rapid test were conducted in the event to detect COVID 19
  • The University of Arizona staff participated in the clinic provided information and resources about cancer
  • The Mexican Consulate provided information and appointments at times available for farmworkers
  • Ventanilla de Salud screened glucose and blood pressure tests
  • Sunset Health screened people for Cholesterol and Body Mass Index (BMI)
  • PPEP provided information about programs and services
  • Legal Services participated with information about programs and services

The next vaccination clinic will be held on April 13, 2023
963 East B Street in San Luis, AZ
Hours: 9am-12pm


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