Baja California is experiencing its fourth wave of Covid-19 infections caused by the most contagious variant micron. As a result, the authorities have announced that they will return to the orange traffic light to reduce mobility and lower the contagion curve, which has resulted in more than 6,000 active cases. In addition, to reinforce sanitary measures and avoid serious illness, Baja California will have permanent vaccination sites.
According to the State Secretariat of Health, these permanent sites will begin to operate on Wednesday, January 12th, at the same time as they will have evening hours for all those who are unable to get the vaccine due to work or for reasons of force majeure and now have the option of going in the afternoons or to the nearest locations.
According to Medina Amarillas, the agency's head, the Chevron Stadium, the Spin Museum, and the Sanitary Jurisdiction No. 2 and IMOS, vaccination points that will be open all week to vaccinate for the first time, complete schedules and booster vaccines, to vaccinate the majority of the population.
In terms of hours, he stated that everyone will work from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., except Sanitary Jurisdiction No. 2, which will operate from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.
A booster immunization program for persons over 40 years old has begun in Tijuana.