Newborns who do not fully develop in the womb are put in an incubator, where health workers monitor their development. Once they catch up in their development, they will get the appropriate vaccines.
Then the newborns are vaccinated with the first doses they need and are taken to their mother to continue breastfeeding.
The medical staff fights day in and day out alongside the newborns in incubators to restore them to health and give each one all the care they need to improve.
Vaccination teams and medical staff perform checkups and prepare reports on each child, tracking their vaccines to ensure that they get the right ones at the right time to promote healthy growth..
Soledad Ingala thanks the teams and doctors who did everything possible to save her son’s life when he was born.
She advises other mothers to vaccinate their children.