COVID: Seven are denounced for selling false vaccination certificates


The Ministry of Labor launched an operation against companies or individuals that sell false COVID-19 vaccination certificates or laboratory tests, with the intention that consumers who have not received the doses against the new coronavirus can have fun in clubs, casinos , stadiums and massive events, among others. For now, seven have been identified that offer these apocryphal documents.

“There are seven complaints filed” with the Jalisco Attorney General’s Office, says Marco Valerio, Secretary of Labor in the State. Five offer vaccination certificates and tests through Facebook and two others for WhatsApp. “They are offered massively”.

Yesterday the new restrictions began to reduce the wave of infections in Jalisco and those who attend these establishments must carry any of the official documents. Given the actions of the Secretariat, next Friday there will be more information on the operation against this “black market”, so they will be accompanied by the Cyber ​​Police of the Prosecutor’s Office to locate and punish those who abuse the pandemic. “He will do what is conducive to find out who is behind it.”

Altering or falsifying the laboratory test to “prove” that the person is negative to the new coronavirus will be sentenced to two to six years in prison, according to the State Penal Code.

However, the punishment for falsifying the vaccination certificate issued by the federal Ministry of Health is raised from four to eight years.

It highlights that the Government of Jalisco announced that it is preparing an application to have a vaccination certificate of state origin.

On the other hand, Marco Valerio confirmed that in the first two weeks the medical disabilities of the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) in Jalisco have skyrocketed. In the first fortnight of the year, 12,500 were issued, an unprecedented figure triggered by the pandemic.

The above coincides with the relaunch of the page https://www.imss.gob.mx/covid-19/permiso, that facilitates the delivery of disability over the internet, with the intention of preventing beneficiaries from going to hospitals and being infected.

Attendees at the Charros stadium presented their vaccination certificates, as indicated by the authorities. THE INFORMER/G. Rooster

BACKGROUND CURTAIN

Profeco must monitor the cost of tests

Private laboratories could abuse the cost of confirmatory tests for COVID-19. In this case, the deputy of Morena Óscar Vásquez Llamas presented a point of legislative agreement, requesting the state delegate of the Federal Consumer Protection Agency, Sebastián Hernández Méndez, and the State Secretary of Health, Fernando Petersen Aranguren, that in the field of their powers, monitor that there are no excessive increases in the prices of the tests, and if necessary, take action to sanction those who carry out the increases.

The Federal Consumer Protection Law, in its article 10 BIS, establishes the express prohibition of unjustifiably raising prices in the context of natural, meteorological and health contingencies.

The legislator assured that “the excessive increase in prices in COVID detection tests in the context of the health emergency is an assumption that perfectly frames as particularly serious cases contemplated in the law, since they are products or services that due to market circumstances, the increase in their prices would be affecting a group of consumers, in addition to the fact that suppliers would be taking advantage of the shortage or difficulty in supplying a good or in the provision of a service, for which they could be creditors of sanction”.

The deputy regretted that the state government has not contemplated, among the actions to face the current increase in cases, surveillance of establishments that trade at excessive prices with medical supplies in the health emergency.

The IMSS performs 4,300 tests every day

The Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS) in Jalisco urges beneficiaries to continue taking preventive measures to avoid contracting COVID-19.

The institution’s Family Medicine supervisor, Ismael Herrera Franco, reiterates that the use of the face mask must be maintained, maintain a healthy distance (with a minimum distance of 1.5 meters), wash your hands frequently, sanitizar constantly work areas, disinfect surfaces and use 70% gel alcohol and avoid crowded places.

It also calls on the population to take care of sudden changes in weather, to wrap up warm, use thermal clothing, eat healthily, prioritizing the consumption of vitamin C, and not shake hands or kiss; due to low temperatures. He expressed that the best defense is to complete his schemes.

Herrera Franco assures that The most typical manifestations of COVID-19 are: fever, cough, tiredness, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, headache, general discomfort, in some cases diarrhea, shortness of breath, and chest pain.

“In case of suspicion of the disease or of having the COVID-19 test performed, being positive for the virus and not presenting serious symptoms of the disease, the beneficiary can choose to request their COVID-19 Permit, 3.0 through the IMSS Digital application or through the Social Security website,” he said this in the link http://www.imss.gob.mx/covid-19/permiso. This document, he recalled, is legal and must be authorized in the workplace.

In total, the IMSS Jalisco has 114 First Level clinics where priority attention is given to patients with severe symptoms of COVID-19.

Every day, the MARSS modules carry out more than 4,300 tests for the diagnosis of COVID-19. In 23 FMUs of the IMSS Jalisco, MARSS is available 24 hours a day, from Monday to Sunday.

He specified that there is a QR code at the entrance of the units, in addition to the website https://testcoronavirus.imss.gob.mx/webcovid19/, to identify if your symptoms require medical attention in the MARSS module and thus avoid displacement or queues.

Once answered, and in case of presenting symptoms of coronavirus, the user will be given a quick test; in case of being negative, the person will be able to go home; If the result is positive, you will be referred to a doctor for evaluation, who will determine whether you should treat your illness at home or in a hospital.

The morenista deputy Óscar Vásquez presented a point of legislative agreement to avoid alleged abuses by private laboratories. EFE/A. Coelho

SCHEMES

Vaccines against COVID-19 that are applied in Jalisco

  • Pfizer BioNtech: Application of two doses, with a difference of between 21 and 45 days between one and the other, with 95% efficacy in the prevention of cases.
  • AstraZeneca: Requires two doses, 28 to 84 days apart, between each application; efficiency greater than 90 percent.
  • Tired: A single application and has been shown to prevent 95.47 percent of severe cases and 100 percent of hospitalizations.
  • Sinovac: Requires the application of two doses, with an interval of between 28 and 35 days; 91.25 percent efficiency
  • Moderna: Effectiveness of 93% six months after its application. It’s two doses.

Civil hospitals maintain low occupancy

Space. The Civil Hospitals of Guadalajara maintain the number of beds for patients with COVID-19, despite the increase in infections in the city. The head of the General Coordination of Epidemiology, Mario Márquez Amezcua, explained that the 47 patients they currently serve represent 5.7% of the 817 general beds that can be enabled if required.

Record. Mario Márquez Amezcua recalled that the largest number of COVID patients had it on August 16, 2021, with 260 people hospitalized. HCG reached 200 hospitalized patients on January 20, 2021, during the first wave of infections.

Vaccine. The specialist Márquez Amezcua insisted on the importance of vaccination to prevent serious conditions, regardless of .

Risk. 96 out of every hundred people who arrive at the hospital are not vaccinated or do not have their complete picture. While 98 out of every 100 deaths from COVID, had not received the biological.

Mortal. “If omicron or the delta variant, whichever it is, finds an unvaccinated person with risk factors, they are likely to end up in the hospital and have a higher risk of dying. Vaccination campaigns should be taken advantage of and the preventive measures that we already know should continue to be maintained,” he commented.

Graves. The doctor explained that the vaccinated cases that became complicated were because they had other diseases that aggravated their situation.

enable the platform

  • The Jalisco Ministry of Health opened the appointment platform to vaccinate stragglers from 2:40 p.m. yesterday, Friday, on the portal https://vacunacion.jalisco.gob.mx/
  • On social networks, he announced that appointments for first and second doses, in addition to the vaccine booster for older adults, are now available within the AMG.
  • A week ago, the director of Social Determination, María Elena Pajarito, reported that they were already preparing a new day to vaccinate the laggards, who add up to at least 1.3 million Jalisco.

The presentation of proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test is aimed at places that, with a restaurant-bar license, act as clubs. THE INFORMER/G. Rooster

Traditional restaurants will not ask for proof

Yesterday, Friday, the new measures began to operate in Jalisco to avoid contagion of COVID-19. Clubs, bars, restaurants-bars and casinos, among other establishments, must ask people over 18 years of age for the certificate, proof of vaccination or negative PCR test, in order to enter.

The mayor of Guadalajara, Pablo Lemus Navarro, said that traditional restaurants should not ask for any of these receipts, since The measure is only applicable to those establishments that concentrate agglomeration of people due to not having enough space between the tables.

“Just clarifying, the traditional restaurants called tablecloths should NOT ask for any vaccination certificate or proof, The mandatory measure is aimed at those who, with a restaurant-bar license, actually act as clubs,” the mayor of Guadalajara reiterated through his Twitter account.

The municipe also said that during the operations that the city council will mount, it will be supervised that the restaurants-bars also request the voucher because it has been identified that these places take advantage of their “restaurant” license, but allow crowds similar to those of the bars and clubs, increasing the risk of contagion among people who go to their premises.

The establishments of the municipality that this weekend do not comply with these measures will be entitled to a warning, however, he added, if they do not comply with what was requested, they could be closed as of the following week.

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