An 18-year-old girl who is struggling with former Avellaneda mayor and current Minister of Habitat and Housing, Jorge Ferrarzi, received the first dose against the Coronavirus and sparked controversy on social networks, as part of the vaccination of VIPs.
However, she explained that they gave her the Chinese vaccine (which is not yet available to people over the age of 60) and that she is in the field of education. He also uploaded a screenshot stating that the app gave her the role and it was not grasped.
The girl from Eva Perón Grouping who runs Ferraresi – and has no known health history that includes them in one of the at-risk groups – was vaccinated with the first dose of Sinopharm, a vaccine of Chinese origin, and as I read in the notebook that she herself posted on social networks.
This is Stefania Desiree Poretta Diaz, and as she explains in her social networks, she works for the Subdirectorate of Celebration and Protocol in Avellaneda municipality in charge of “Guanshu” Alba Musich, son-in-law of the Minister of Habitat and Housing.
The young woman in question usually posts photos with Ferraresi not only when he was mayor of Avellaneda but also in the corridors of Casa Rosada, where he works as a national official.
Young lady and Ferrari.
“My heart is not enough to express a lot of gratitude. My admiration, loyalty and affection are forever,” the young woman wrote in a post on the networks in which she was seen with Ferrari.
In this sense, there were already other violations with vaccines in the province of Buenos Aires.
In Mar del Plata, activists, trade unionists, and Kirchner leaders under the age of 40 have been vaccinated, while about 14 investigations are underway to inoculate groups that do not belong and in many cases have been militants close to the government.
While complaints about vaccination of VIPs continue, the district’s medical federations and the unique union of professionals, workers and technicians of the International Organization for Migration (IOMA) condemn that 40 percent of health workers on the first line of the fire still need to be vaccinated.