The mayor of Medellín announces that there will be more than 100 vaccines in the city on the day of vaccination.
On Saturday, April 27, Medellin's population will be able to approach these activities aimed at children under the age of 6, from 10 to 49 years old, women over 60 years of age and pregnant women.
On Saturday, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., the public will have the ticket to the closest station to the vaccine, entering 21 vaccines that protect against 26 illnesses.
The purpose of these vaccines is to protect illnesses that can lead to complications, seizures or death. In the city, the utility of all the internal vaccines for the Great Immunization Program is permanent and free.
Here you can see your closest vaccine.