Cancun, Q.R. — The state continues to move forward in its vaccination scheme, reports Governor Carlos Joaquin who says the vaccinations are part of the state’s economic recovery program.
Over the weekend, dozens of communities continued with the vaccination of the 30 to 39 year-old-age group, he said adding that in a four-day span, more than 50,000 people in that age group received their first vaccine.
He noted that this particular age group makes up the largest sector for the state with more than 300,000 residents falling into that age group. The vaccination scheme also included tourism service providers.
The government head commented that vaccinating this age group will help the tourism sector personnel. He said that in two weeks, they will begin vaccinations for the 18 to 29 year-old age group.
Carlos Joaquín pointed out that even with the vaccine, it is important not to lower guards and ensure the use of health security protocols.
“It is important to use a mask, wash your hands, keep distance between people, avoid going to crowded places and always have the responsibility to take care of yourself, to take care of your family and take care of your community.”