October 2022

Total Vacciness
Hepatitis A

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, held the Health and Information Fair.

Vaccines applied = Moderna, Pfizer, the new Bivalent booster, Influenza and Hepatitis A

Participating Organizations:
Yuma County Health Department: Participated with nursing staff for the application of vaccines and program information

United US with the Hope for All program
Fire Department San Luis, AZ
Consulate of Mexico in Yuma

Campesinos Sin Fronteras (blood pressure and glucose tests)

Vaccination clinics are usually successfully attended by more than 200 people from both sides of the border. This time around 300 people attended the Health Fair. Here the first and second doses were applied, as well as the application of the Bivalent reinforcement for the first time. This booster is being given 2 months after the person’s last booster was given.
Another of the services during the event by the Comite de Bien Estar staff was conducting home tests to detect COVID 19.
Also within the Health and Information Fair by the Fire Department, safety was in charge regarding secondary reactions of all the people who applied the vaccine against COVID 19.

Another organization that also participated in the Health and Information Fair was the Consulate of Mexico in Yuma, providing information about its services and procedures, as well as advice via Zoom by qualified personnel focused on information about immigration issues. The organization Campesinos Sin Fronteras also participated, which during the event carried out glucose and blood pressure tests.

The next vaccination clinic will be held on November 18, 2022.
Hours 9am-11pm.

Services will return to 963 E. Calle B in San Luis, AZ.


Give us a Call