Third vaccination: when and who should be vaccinated against COVID-19 | Minsa | I put my shoulder | Peru nnda-nnlt | PERU

In order to accelerate and guarantee the immunization process against the COVID-19, the Ministry of Health (Minsa) has implemented a strategy called Vaccination, which consists of vaccinating a certain age group for 36 hours without interruption.

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During the first working day that took place from Saturday 10 to Sunday 11 July was vaccinated at people from 47 to 49 years old, as well as the laggards of the first dose and people waiting for the second dose. As reported by the Minsa on its website, during this date more than 220,602 doses of COVID-19 vaccine were applied thanks to the work of 887 brigade members in Metropolitan Lima and Callao.

Refering to second vaccination, which took place from 7:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 17 to 7:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 18, was addressed to people from 45 to 46 years old, as well as those of other groups that have not been vaccinated: older than 47 years, pregnant women, people with comorbidities, and with rare and orphan diseases.

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The third vaccination will be held on Saturday, July 24 and Sunday, July 25, and will be aimed at people pending second doses, laggards of first dose and adolescents aged 12 to 17 years with prioritized comorbidities. Likewise, the Minister of Health, Óscar Ugarte, announced that people over 40 will also be vaccinated on these dates.

“The third Vaccination, which is next weekend, will maintain the objective of vaccinating the laggards, but From next Saturday (July 24), we begin to vaccinate those 40 years and older, in such a way that we are going to advance “reported Ugarte Ubilluz, at the Parque Zonal Huiracocha vaccination center, in San Juan de Lurigancho.

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If you belong to the mentioned groups, consult the Vaccination Register; Also, if possible, download and fill out the Informed Consent Format, and take it with you on the day of your vaccination to speed up the process.

Remember that you can attend the extended hours centers even at dawn, without restrictions due to social immobilization, carrying your ID.


  • Mayta Cápac Zonal Park – San Martín de Porres (also vaccinate)
  • Huiracocha Zonal Park – San Juan de Lurigancho
  • Sinchi Roca Zonal Park – Comas
  • La Videna – San Luis (also vaccinate)
  • North Square – Independence
  • Coliseum Peru Japan – Independence
  • Exhibition Park – Cercado de Lima
  • Aljovín Vaccination Center – Cercado de Lima
  • Miller Beach – Lince
  • San Isidro Municipal Sports Complex
  • Carlos A. Moscoso Municipal Stadium – Surquillo
  • Jockey Plaza Center – Santiago de Surco (vaccinate only)
  • Delgado Clinic – Miraflores
  • Gálvez Chipoco Stadium – Barranco
  • Villa María del Triunfo Sports Complex – VMT (also vaccinate)
  • Villa El Salvador Sports Center (also vaccinate)
  • Ollantaytambo Municipal Stadium – Ate
  • Monumental Stadium – La Molina (vaccinate only)
  • San Isidro Labrador Vaccination – Ate
  • Municipal Stadium of Santa Anita
  • Campolo Alcalde Stadium – Callao (also vaccinate)
  • Real Felipe – Callao

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Recently, the Government announced the official vaccination schedule for all Peruvians:

  • 30 to 39 years – vaccination between August to October
  • 20 to 29 years – vaccination between September to November
  • 12 to 19 years – vaccination between October to December

The Minsa plans to vaccinate 27.4 million people with the two doses in total, with the acquisition of 78.7 million doses, of which 59.1 million will arrive after July 28, according to El Peruano.