USACH enables its Campus to vaccinate young people between 18 and 30 years old for covid-19

An initiative that seeks to expand the number of young people vaccinated against covid-19 launched the University of Santiago (USACH) in conjunction with the Central Metropolitan Health Service (SSMC), which will function as another vaccination center for people who are between 18 and 30 years old.

The call was made by the officials of the educational institution and well-known national artists, such as Nano Stern and Ángel Parra, who highlighted the initiative that will allow vaccination with the single dose of Pfizer-BioNTech to one of the youngest age groups of the population. national.

“We make a special call to the young people of our University, who have not yet been vaccinated, to join this self-care process to protect yourself and your loved ones from the dangerous consequences that the coronavirus can bring”, Jorge Torres, Pro-rector of USACH and member of the Safe Campus Committee, pointed out.

The operation will start from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Ruiz Tagle Building of the Faculty of Technology, located at 0140 Ruiz Tagle street, a few blocks from the north exit of the Universidad de Santiago metro.

According to USACh officials, this health initiative “It responds to the need to cover more access points for the population to attend to be immunized and it is only necessary to present the identity card or passport, to access the free vaccination”.


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