The health ministry is trying to convince doctors and pharmacists to turn over vaccination information to the government.
The Health Ministry in the state of Jalisco, Mexico, is trying out new technology that will let doctors track vaccine doses and track patients by name.
The system has already been tested in one hospital, but it is now being tested in more hospitals.
It has also been used in a few medical facilities.
Health ministry officials say it will be used in the next phase of the program, and the system could be rolled out nationwide in a month.
They say the system is working well, but they are still working out a lot of details.
They are also trying to get doctors to let them know who their patients are.
The information they will be giving to the health ministry will be about vaccination history, the location of the vaccine and the vaccine’s brand.
If doctors are not able to provide this information, they could be liable for fines.
The Health Ministry says it will try to convince patients to give up their privacy rights by letting them see who they are, the date of the vaccination, the type of vaccine and whether they are on a government list.
But it has yet to find a way to verify this information.
The health ministry has asked hospitals to collect vaccination data from every doctor who visits their hospital.
They are also asking hospitals to keep copies of the data.
But the health minister says this is not sufficient because the system will not be able to verify the vaccination history.
The Health Minister has also asked doctors to keep records of their patients and the date and location of vaccination.
He says the data will be kept in a central database that will be accessible to the state government.
Health Ministry officials say they have already received requests for the information from a few health centers in the city of San Miguel de Allende, where San Miguel is located.
But they said they were still struggling to obtain the information.
San Miguel officials have been trying to collect vaccine information for years.
But now, the information is not being shared as well as in other parts of Mexico.
In recent years, the state health agency has been asking doctors to share their vaccination records with the health department.