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Mishebeirach for cholim placement

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I noticed that on Shabbos, the gabbai at shul makes the mishebeirach for cholim between the 6th and 7th aliyot. I have seen this at other shuls (though I don't know if it is a codified rule or a standardized practice).

I daven at a different minyan during the week and in that minyan, the mishebeirach (which I don't always hear said during the week) is said after the Torah is read (while it is being rolled for gelilah), right before the series of yehi ratzon paragraphs.

Is there a particular source/reason that it is ready during leining on Shabbos but after leiniong on weekdays or is that (either, or both) simply a matter of convention and convenience?

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I've seen shuls that do it after Rishon. I think it's just a matter of preference. (1 comment)
https://judaism.stackexchange.com/q/120216/ (1 comment)
I've seen the same difference. (1 comment)

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