Vaccination Week in the Americas

Honduran volunteers reach the population by knocking on doors with vaccines for children and pregnant women during Vaccination Week

April 27th, 2012 | Posted by Mitchell in Uncategorized

Miriam Orellana has been a nursing assistant for 37 years, reaching the health center Alonzo Suazo in Tegucigalpa at 6 am, to prepare the cooler containing vaccines to be administered during the day, gathering the paperwork necessary to keep vaccination schedules, and during this Vaccination Week in the Americas, the person who will coordinate crews who will go house by house to vaccinate. On this particular day the Kennedy colony was selected.

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