There are logistical issues, such as the reduction of personnel due to infections, which cause delays in scheduling an appointment in the Radar system to perform the COVID test, said the governor of Jalisco; denied that there is a lack of evidence and reiterated that they have sufficient inputs to continue applying the exams.
“Yes there is enough evidence”
“There is no lack of evidence, we have enough evidenceObviously there is pressure and there are more people requesting tests. What we ask is only that you help us to go the right way in the public sector, to be able to request your appointment in the Radar Jalisco system. We have seen some private laboratories saturated, we understand that the pressure has increased and we are trying to increase our operating capacity. These are logistical issues that we are still adjusting to reduce the waiting time for appointments; but Yes there is enough evidence. It is also a personnel problem, because we have many infected and that has also complicated the operation. It is not a lack of evidence, it is only the pressure that we have today with the significant number of infections that there are in Jalisco”, he exposed.
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He added that hospital occupancy, which is around 20%, allows the actions announced this week to be maintained, defended the request of vaccination certificate to attend recreational activities and leisure, said that it can encourage those who have not been vaccinated to go to receive the biological. He criticized the undersecretary of health, Hugo López Gatell, who questioned the usefulness of conditioning some activities to having proof of vaccination.
The head of the state Executive Power commented that in two weeks the digital application will be available to have a local vaccination certificate. He reiterated that the commitment of citizens is needed so as not to want to deceive and not seek to falsify the receipts, he recalled that falsifying an official document is a crime.
In a meeting with the members of the Western Mexican Council for Foreign Trade, the governor said that Jalisco is ready for the moment that the possibility of buying vaccines to immunize population groups not contemplated in the national vaccination scheme opens. Regarding the return to classes, he commented that attendance will be optional and announced that this Friday they will update the statistics on the confirmation of cases of the omicron variant.