By registering for nine consecutive weeks, in 60 municipalities, a coverage of 30,864 doses administered so far in girls aged 11 to 13 years, Tlaxcala ranked first in the country for free vaccination against human papillomavirus (HPV). I went. Out-of-school age, cisgender and transgender women aged 11 to 49 years living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
The nearly 31,000 doses administered to these population groups represent 79.4 percent progress, the highest among the country’s 32 entities nationally.
The target of vaccination in Tlaxcala is 38,870 doses and from September 11 to November 10, 2023, according to the national vaccination progress of the Federal Ministry of Health (SSA) through the National Center for Child and Adolescent Health (CENCIA), the State Health Sector, as well as the Mexican Institute Of Social Security (IMSS) and Security and Social Services of State Workers (ISSSTE) 21,048 girls of classes five and six benefited from the vaccine.
Nine thousand 593 first grade secondary school girls and 223 women aged 11, 12 and 13 who do not go to school have also been vaccinated and have received their only dose to protect against human papillomavirus, which protects the health And prevents cases of cancer. Women’s adulthood.
At the national level, one million 531 thousand 514 HPV vaccines have been administered to protect the population integrated across population groups.
On September 11, 2023, the “Campaign to reduce delays in the HPV vaccination program” began in 32 institutions in Mexico and, in the case of Tlaxcala, doses are available in all health centers so that parents can take their daughters. Those age limits.
Additionally, health workers take the vaccine to primary and secondary schools in Tlaxcala to administer it to girls and adolescents with prior permission from parents.