This week the Ambassador of Venezuela to Peru, Carlos Scull, held a meeting with the Ombudsman’s Office, where they discussed the situation of migrants in various aspects and where the issue of vaccination was addressed. So far it has been reported that 39,204 Venezuelan nationals have been vaccinated of which 8,117 have received both doses.
Likewise, the Embassy is making a call for those people who still have to get the second dose to do it as soon as possible at the point closest to their home and in this way achieve the so-called “herd immunity”.
The Ambassador called for calm among compatriots and commented that “Venezuelans who do not appear in the vaccination register must go to the nearest vaccination center with a public service receipt and identification when their turn comes according to age range, since the the register is managed by MINSA (Heath Ministry) and can be verified at https://www.gob.pe/pongoelhombro .”
“We also talked about the Permanence Permit Card (CPP) and Humanitarian Quality, about which we are grateful to Peru, and we ask the Ombudsman to ensure the continuity of the regularization processes in the incoming government that is about to start,” the diplomat asserted.