Vaccination in Spain

Questions have been asked about the vaccination of senior officials.


The Balearic government has promised that there will be an audit of the vaccination process on the islands once 70% of the population have been immunised.

This was revealed on Monday by the spokesperson for Podemos, Alejandro López, who said that he will be voting against the creation of a commission of inquiry in parliament on Tuesday. There has been a call for this because of the vaccination of some senior figures in the health service on the first day of the vaccination programme - December 27.

This promise is linked to the coordinator of the vaccination programme, Carlos Villafafila, having stepped down, apparently for health reasons: he was one of those vaccinated. Més and Podemos, who had been calling for the commission of inquiry, are satisfied that there are no longer grounds for one.


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