The Office of the Comptroller General of the Republic (CGR), the country’s highest tax control agency, released a report warning that 328 elderly people were fraudulently prioritized in the Ministry of Health’s Mi Vacuna database to be vaccinated for 120 years.
The study traversed the Unique Affiliate Registry (BDUA) database of the information contained in “My Vaccine” and showed that the government has no record of anyone living in the country of that age, the person in charge reported in a statement.
Out of the total number of people enrolled in this vaccination process, 319 people were prioritized in “Level 1” of the National Immunization Plan, who are part of the subsidized scheme, while another 19 are subject to the contributory social security scheme.
This report also found that a total of 1,669 people under the age of 60 were vaccinated without their turn. These citizens are neither professionals, teachers or students in the health sector, nor support staff, human talents from services in this area, nor do they belong to the special and derogations.
“Of the 1,669 non-prioritized vaccines, 775 are between 26 and 44 years old, 344 between 55 and 59, 198 between 18 and 25, 169 between 45 and 49 and 152 vaccinated between 50 and 54 years old,” said the Comptroller Office in the statement.