Are you over 40? You can now register for the COVID vaccine in Sinaloa

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The mivacuna.salud.gob.mx page is now enabled for the registration of people between 40 and 49 years of age and is still open for pregnant women over 18 years of age

 If you are 40 to 49 years old , it is your turn to register and that you can receive the vaccine against COVID-19 , because the federal government has already enabled the https: //mivacuna.salud.gob page. mx / for people in this age range.

It should be noted that the registry is also open for pregnant women over 18 years of age and 9 weeks or more of gestation.

On this page is the registration guide, but here we explain what are the steps to follow, it is very easy, you only have to have access to a computer with Internet.

Step 1: Enter your CURP to start registration. In case you do not know what your Unique Population Registration Code is, on the mivacuna.salud.gob.mx page itself there is a green button where you can consult it.

Step 2: Once you enter the CURP, verify your data.

Step 3: The system asks if you are in a state of prostration, you must answer yes or no, as the case may be.

Step 4: Click on the button where it says “I want to be vaccinated.”

Step 5: Fill in the information where it says “Place where I am going to be vaccinated and information to locate me”. There you must select entity, municipality, postal code, telephone and email.

Step 6: Click on the submit button.

Immediately you will get the message that you have been successfully registered, with a code number and the vaccination record.

With the successful registration, you must wait for the call by which you will be informed of the date and place of vaccination.

Source: lineadirectaportal.com

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