Vaccination in Mallorca

People between the age of 60 and 79 are currently being vaccinated.

28-04-2021Govern de les Illes Balears

Balearic health minister Patricia Gómez said on Wednesday that the Balearics will receive a "record shipment" of 79,000 doses of vaccine next week. Half of these will be AstraZeneca. This will further advance the vaccination process for the 60-69 age group, which is receiving AstraZeneca.

In May, the minister added, an average of 100,000 doses of different vaccines will be delivered per week. She confirmed that vaccination of the 50-59 age group will start next month.

As well as the 60-69 age group, the 70-79 age group is also currently being vaccinated. After all people over the age of 60 have been protected, Gómez explained, any professionals in essential services who haven't been immunised will be.

Regarding the use of AstraZeneca for people under the age of 55, the minister acknowledged that no decision on this was due to be made at Wednesday's meeting of the Inter-Territorial Council of the National Health System.


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Simon Rhodes / Hace 9 months

Good morning, the Bitcita website is a disaster, it does not function correctly, my wife and I tried 15 times to get an appointment, all the website tells you is that you details are not in the government database , she is a working English resident with NIE for 18 years ! How can she not be in the database ?

Yesterday she telephoned the new phone number for people over 80 years old and complained about the website , the lady checked my wife’s details and confirmed she is not in the database but will be entered in now with this phone call , my wife was told she now as to wait one week and phone back for an appointment !

The governments website is a joke , on the English radio stations other people are complaining and having the same problem , why is this ?