Health January 31, 2022 | 8:21 am

Gov. extends vaccine deadline to Feb. 21

Santo Domingo.- The Ministry of Public Health (MSP) extended until Monday, February 21, the deadline to require the presentation of the vaccination card against COVID-19 with the new third-dose schedule for those over 18 years of age, as a measure of prevention as a result of the new omicron variant.

The Ministry of Public Health said the postponement of the presentation of the card or digital certification of vaccination with the scheme of having completed their third dos

The new resolution 0005-2022, introduces changes in paragraphs ll and lll of article Third of resolution 00069 of December 27, 2021, so that from now on it is provided that after a result of COVID-19, as of December (1), 2021, for the application of the third booster dose, you must wait between one and three months.

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John Conor
January 31, 2022 1:22 pm

😂😂😂😂

Drfinest
January 31, 2022 6:13 pm

HOW ABOUT YU PUT A DRAINING SYSTEM IN VILLAVAZQUES , ??! The whole town is full of water , our crops are no good let’s worry about the food first and citizen security how about giving us guns to battle all the little thief’s running around ?? No right

Juan
February 1, 2022 4:12 am

Goverment insults insult to intelligence to february 21st or the 7 million an average who die yearly worldwide from air contanmibation illnesses will have to be vaccinated as well .Pathetic