We are accelerating this process for the benefit of the citizens, said the President in a brief speech at the Public University of that city, where he highlighted the health professionals for their dedication and work.
At the event, Arce recommended to continue with the prevention measures to avoid more cases of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes the disease; in addition to attending health centers when they require the application of the second dose of the immunizer.
‘We have come to verify how everything is going, the patients are happy with what is happening and I invite them not to forget to come back on time, but they still have to take care of themselves, never let their guard down,’ he stressed.
Arce asked that this higher education institution continues to serve the people of El Alto, mainly to watch over the health of the population, which, he said, cannot be a commodity.
The five-day centers began last Tuesday with 800 daily injections, and a total of 6,400 citizens are expected to be inoculated each day.
The plan is thus gaining momentum with 92,000 doses of the drug developed by the companies BioNTech and Pfizer (Germany, United States), according to the Minister of Health, Jeyson Auza.