The mayor of Guayaquil, Cynthia Viteri, signed a new resolution this Tuesday, July 5, 2022 due to the increase in Covid-19 infections in the city, 132 cases per day. Moreover the Municipality of Guayaquilhe provided figures on the number of vaccinated, a total of 882,359 people from April 2021 to the present day.
Since December 6, the Mucho Lote vaccination center has been reopened, Subway July 25, brigades were sent to rural parishes and a child vaccination campaign was launched. Currently it continues to work Vaccination of Mucho Lotimmunizing 93,028 from December 2021 to date.
Where to get vaccinated?
El Mucho Lore hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The MSP contributes with the professionals who deal with the biological products and the Army collaborates with the air-conditioned tents for their restitution.
The details of the new resolution:
“Given the resurgence of Covid-19 and influenza cases, typical of the current climatic period, citizens are assured:
1. Maintain the use of surgical masks/mandatory masks in enclosed public spaces.
2. It is recommended that in case of symptoms associated with the disease, citizens go to the doctor and maintain isolation until the presence of the virus is ruled out.
3. The MTT2 Technical Health Council will continue surveillance in the territory and the cantonal COE of Guayaquil will continue to ensure the safety and health of the citizens of the canton, and reserves the right to take the necessary measures if necessary, within the framework of its competences and faculties in ordinary regime according to the opinion of the Constitutional Court 5-20-EE/20 of August 24, 2020, the COOTAD and the Constitution.