Just over three quarters of the Spanish population has been fully vaccinated, data showed on Thursday.
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Vaccination in Mallorca
A healthcare worker prepares a dose of Vaxzevria (previously AstraZeneca) COVID-19 vaccine
14,600 doses of Johnson & Johnson will be administered in the Valencian Community on Friday.
Under the proposal, patients would receive a second shot of vaccines produced by Pfizer and Moderna after eight weeks
A proposal to extend the AstraZeneca vaccine to those aged 65 will be tabled at the Inter-territorial Health Council meeting.
"There is no certainty that there is a relationship with the AstraZeneca vaccination but we are obliged to investigate it.."
As of Wednesday, 116,370 people in the Balearic Islands had received their first dose of the Covid-19.
"There should be no doubt about vaccines. I think it is very important that the side effects reports are properly investigated..”
Germans Escalas, the former Son Dureta Hospital and Health Centres are all up and running with around 3,500 people a day being immunised.
The Ministry of Health is investigating whether or not the former Bishop of Mallorca's vaccination occurred in an irregular manner.
83,600 more vaccines will arrive the Balearic Islands by March 1.
A member of a mobile vaccination team prepares a shot of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine
A nurse puts down a syringe with COVID-19 vaccine in Madrid.