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| Senator Gusinky was vaccinated at home, Health confirms

  • by Alba luz Leal
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Public Health Ministry officials have confirmed that Red Senator Mirta Gusinky is indeed vaccinated against COVID-19. In this case, the vaccination was administered in his own private residence. During the press conference, the director of health surveillance, Guillermo Sequera, and the director of the Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI), Héctor Castro, confirmed that Senator Mirta Gusinky had received the vaccine against COVID-19 . The data managed by the Health portfolio authorities indicate that a brigade went to the home of the ANR parliamentarian to receive the dose. They were even tasked with posting a document that bears Gusinky’s signature and confirms the veracity of the vaccination, as mentioned from the start. For his part, Dr Leticia Pintos, director general of network development and health services, said that today several complaints of irregular vaccinations have been received and are already being investigated, linked to people who were not scheduled “in a timely manner”. Officials who authorized these “VIP vaccinations” are under investigation and all those involved will be removed from their posts, he said. Speaking to the press, the senator categorically denied being vaccinated against COVID-19 and said it was a “mistake”. According to unofficial information to which this media had access, the senator would have taken the opportunity to vaccinate her secretary of the Senate the same day. At the same press conference, the MSPBS authorities also confirmed the vaccination of the former governor of Guairá, Rodolfo Friedmann Cresta, whose signature appears on another document displayed publicly to the media.