Before the launch of the platform for the vaccination process for COVID-19, the Ambassador of Venezuela in Peru appointed by President Juan Guaidó, Carlos Scull, urges Venezuelans in Peru to keep their data updated before the National Superintendency of Migrations at www.migraciones.gob.pe so that the greatest number of nationals can be favored.
The Ministry of Health of Peru launched this Tuesday the platform www.consultas.pongoelhombro.gob.pe where nationals and foreigners can enter their data to know their order in the vaccination register, they can access this information with their DNI, Immigration Card, Temporary Permit of Permanence or Passport.
“MINSA has already opened the website to inform the date, place and time, taking into account the different vaccination groups classified as: first those over 80 years old, then 70 and 60 and so on until reaching the youngest, but it is very important that the data of all Venezuelans are updated in National Superintendency of Migrations so as not to have any problems with the data,” said the Ambassador.
For his part, he also took the opportunity to thank the Peruvian Government for all the inclusive actions that are being carried out so that all foreigners can access the vaccine in an orderly manner, as well as the support for migrants who have arrived in Peru fleeing the serious humanitarian crisis that exists in Venezuela because of Maduro’s regime.
“While all countries seek to guarantee health to their citizens, Nicolás Maduro blocks vaccines for Venezuela, for them Venezuelans are not a priority,” said Scull.
The Embassy continues to carry out actions for the benefit of nationals, for more information you can communicate via WhatsApp at the numbers +51 994077963-922534337, we also make available the email [email protected] and social network accounts @embajadave_pe.