On Friday, ended the National Campaign for Monitoring Vaccine against Ħajla of Minożja and Rubella. F & # 39; this context, the Ministry of Health said that the percentage of & # 39; immunized children is not ideal, but were satisfied because 81% of the group & # 39; risk received their dose of the vaccine, which they consider as a high figure. In addition, they said that this figure can & # 39; increase since the final numbers will be processed today. The Health Minister, Alejandra Venerando, said the vaccination picked up over the past weeks, but that the objective pursued is achieved. "The surprise is that f & # 39; remote departments the percentage of & # 39; children vaccinated was & # 39; 100%," he Venerando. In turn, the head of immunizations, Marita Sosa, said that 45 200 vaccinated children of & # 39; almost 56,000 to be vaccinated.
This campaign, carried out across the country to underpin this immunization, began on 1 & # 39; October benefited children between 13 months and 4 years included. F & # 39; San Juan, the group & # 39; risk was composed of approximately 56,000 children.
Of Public Health explained that aimed to vaccinate the group & # 39; all risk, to take advantage of this extraordinary opportunity. He therefore went to make many campaigns and went twice in & # 39; home. There were departments which visited schools, worked in squares & # 39; different districts and even participated in & # 39; Marathi and departmental parties to try to reach as much as & # 39; be boys. There were apartments like Jáchal remote, which did some work & # 39; logistics before the campaign to identify approximately the department children were to receive a dose of & # 39; this vaccine.
"The lowest departments in & # 39; & # 39 percentage; vaccinated children are Chimbas and Capital", Venerando said, adding that the most remote were the most successful. This is despite the fact that the Provincial Immunization, which is the place that concentrates the largest number of & # 39; & # 39 people; Greater San Juan, extended hours & # 39; his attention.