Health centre in Mallorca

Health centres are now involved with the vaccination programme.

23-06-2021Jaume Morey

Between Wednesday and this coming Tuesday (June 29), the health service plans to administer almost 100,000 doses of vaccine; 71,187 are earmarked for Mallorca. The health service works on the basis of "vaccination weeks" that start on Wednesdays.

There are 77 vaccination lines at the vaccination centres in Mallorca - Germans Escalas, Son Dureta and Son Espases in Palma; the Mateu Cañellas sports centre in Inca; and the Manacor Hippodrome. There are also 46 health centres and the mobile unit - the converted SEAT Formula 1 car transporter. This is based in Santa Ponsa and has three vaccination lines.

For the other islands, the plan is to administer 17,211 doses in Ibiza, 1,446 in Formentera, and 7,742 in Minorca.

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Johno / Hace about 1 month

Still unbelievably slow vaccination rate compared to the non EU controlled UK. Early this year the UK carried out 880,000 vaccinations in just one day, that’s equivalent to the whole of Majorca. Nobody including property owners will be visiting this year until your vaccination levels catch up to those in the UK. Most people quite happy to holiday at home in the UK this year and spend the considerable amount of money saved during the Covid crisis on home and garden improvements.

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