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The morenista militants will be processed internally by the party if they skip the line to get the vaccine against COVID-19
Brunette, the president’s party Andrés Manuel López Obrador and the most powerful in Mexico, announced this Monday that will proceed, internally, against militants who apply the vaccine against COVID-19 before it corresponds to them, as happened with some public officials in recent days.
“We will file a complaint with the National Commission of Honesty and Justice (CNHJ) in case any affiliate of Morena resorts to influentialism to obtain the vaccine against COVID-19 ″, expressed Mario Delgado, national leader of Morena, in his social networks.
The CNHJ is one of the most powerful organs within the party, since it is in charge of solving all the complaints in Morena, as well as the conflicts of the party, in accordance with the statutes and regulations of the cherry organization.
Delgado assured that It was a decision based on “solidarity with medical personnel and the most vulnerable sectors”. “Let’s respect the vaccination times that correspond to us,” added the leader on his Twitter account this Monday.
Mexico ranks as the Latin American leader in the application of vaccines against COVID-19 (Photo: Demian Chávez / Cuartoscuro)
Mexico, the first country in Latin America to start vaccination against COVID-19 and the leader in the region in vaccinated people for now, accumulates in total until this Sunday the application of 468,708 doses to health professionals, of which 3,434 have their complete schemeIn other words, they received the two necessary doses 21 days apart.
Further, more than half of the states of the country, which add up to 32 in total, 95% of vaccine doses have been applied against COVID-19 sent by the Government of Mexico on January 12, when the massive vaccination stage began, which will be in stages and began with the health sector on the front line of the fight against coronavirus and will continue with people over 60 years of age .
The North American country It is currently ranked twelfth in the nations with the highest vaccination applications so far and is the first in Latin America in the field. Mexico has vaccinated 0.37% of its total population while accumulating more than 1.6 million cases and just over 140,000 deaths from the disease.
However, already there have been several cases of health sector workers who are not in the fight against COVID-19 who have received the vaccine and even some public officials, where an official of Moreno extraction stood out.
Mexico accumulates 468,708 doses of vaccine against COVID-19 applied to health professionals (Photo: José Luis González / Reuters)
Is about Alba Patricia Batani Giles, councilor of Morena for Acapulco, the tourist resort city, who boasted in its social networks that it had received the dose before even a good part of the health sector that daily faces the coronavirus and its consequences.
With singular joy the official published her photograph being vaccinated, and said: “Finally now, and we go for the second dose in 21 days. Thank you fellow nurses from the General Hospital of El Quemado ”. thin did not report if this case will be reported at the CNHJ.
Mexican President López Obrador also strongly criticized these types of officials. “There have been two, three cases where they have been abused, it is even worth saying. But we have to move forward in leaving behind that subculture of agandalle”, Said this Sunday.
“In the case of the State of Mexico, when the vaccines started, the same, a doctor took his family, the governor of the State of Mexico heard that this was improper and made the decision to separate him from office”He recalled.
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