More than 92% of Nicaraguans are vaccinated against Covid-19
According to statistics from the Ministry of Health (Minsa), more than 92% of Nicaraguans over the age of two already have at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccines, to reach the goal of 100%, doctors and nurses continue to apply injections in house-to-house days, it is also inoculated in hospitals and health centres.
Only in the 25th Anniversary neighbourhood, located in District II of the Nicaraguan capital, health specialists apply AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Sinopharm, Sputnik Light, Abdala vaccines, and antivirals to strengthen the immune system and prevent serious cases of Covid- 19 if the disease is contracted.
“The population must comply with all the schemes, we are vaccinating every day, we reach the door of the houses, we must not lower our guard against Covid-19 and the vaccines protect us,” explained Dr Zoila Canales, director of the Altagracia Health Center in Managua.
In addition to applying the vaccines, doctors and nurses recommend that the population continue to use masks, maintain physical distance between people and wash hands, in this way the pandemic and common respiratory nurses, also diarrhoea, are avoided.
“It seems very good to me that they are vaccinating, at least I cannot go to the health centre and I already took the opportunity to protect myself from Covid-19, I invite the population to get vaccinated so that very soon we can completely end this disease”, said Juana Delgadillo.
As in the capital, in all the municipalities of Nicaragua, the Minsa staff continues to apply the vaccines against Covid-19.