By instructions from the United States Consulate it is necessary to present your COVID-19 vaccination certificate, if you have already applied your vaccines we recommend you obtain your official certificate.
Get your certificate at the Mexican Ministry of Health Web Site or By WhatsApp (Send "hola" to be attended).
If your COVID-19 vaccination schedule is not complete, present proof of the first dose on the day of your medical exam.
It is important to note that only the Federal Government applies the COVID-19 vaccine. If you need more information about the vaccination campaigns, check where the vaccine is applied on the following map from the Mexican Ministry of Health:
The information presented by the map of the Ministry of Health may not be up to date, if you need to know the active vaccination points in Ciudad Juárez, please see: Juárez COVID19.
Is it safe to get vaccinated?
The vaccine is safe. All approved vaccines undergo rigorous testing throughout the different phases of clinical trials, and continue to be regularly evaluated once marketed. Scientists are also constantly monitoring information from different sources for signs that a vaccine may have adverse effects.
After being vaccinated, our immune system produces antibodies, as it happens when we are exposed to a disease, with the difference that the vaccines contain only dead or weakened pathogens (such as viruses or bacteria) and do not cause illnesses or complications. Most vaccines are injected, but others are ingested (orally) or sprayed into the nose.Health Secretary.
Basic prevention measuresAt all levels of epidemiological risk, it is recommended to maintain these measures:
Hand washing for at least 20 seconds with soap and water, if soap and water are not available, 60% alcohol solutions can be used.
Clean (with soap and water) and disinfect (with a chlorine solution) commonly used surfaces and objects.
Maintaining a healthy distance between people at all times (from 1.5 meters to 2 meters) is important.
When coughing or sneezing, cover your nose and mouth with the inside of your elbow or with a disposable tissue.
Correctly use a face mask at all times, especially when you are in closed spaces surrounded by people with whom you do not commonly live.
If you have compatible symptoms and are not part of a vulnerable group or have signs of respiratory distress, recover at home.