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El último dígito determina el día, mientras que el penúltimo indica la hora.

Identity card will determine day and time of vaccination against COVID-19

The administrator of the Government Innovation Authority (AIG), Luis Oliva, detailed that the identity card (Cédula) will determine the day and time of the application of the vaccine against COVID-19 in the following phases of the PanavaC-19 plan.

As he explained, the last digit determines the day, while the penultimate digit indicates the time.

The vaccines will be applied from Thursday to Monday from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm, considering the break time of health professionals.

Appointments will be assigned as established in the phases of the vaccination plan.

Vaccination day

If the last digit of the ID ends in:

- 0 or 1 corresponds to the vaccination on Thursday
- 2 or 3 corresponds to the vaccination on Friday
- 4 or 5 corresponds to the vaccination on Saturday
- 6 or 7 corresponds to the vaccination on Sunday
- 8 or 9 corresponds to the vaccination on Monday

Vaccination schedule

Regarding the time, he explained that if his penultimate digit of the ID is:

- 7 corresponds to the vaccination at 7:00 am
- 8 corresponds to the vaccination at 8:00 am
- 9 corresponds to the vaccination at 9:00 am
- 0 corresponds to the vaccination at 10:00 am
- 6 corresponds to the vaccination at 11:00 am
- 1 corresponds to the vaccination at 1:00 pm
- 2 corresponds to the vaccination at 2:00 pm
- 3 corresponds to the vaccination at 3:00 pm
- 4 corresponds to the vaccination at 4:00 pm
- 5 corresponds to the vaccination at 5:00 pm

Oliva explained that the immunization begins on Thursdays because Panama has been receiving the doses of vaccines against coronavirus on Wednesdays.

It is tried that the vaccination centers coincide with the voting centers in the elections.

Next Thursday, March 4, phase 2 of vaccination will begin, which includes adults over 60 years of age, and the population aged 16 to 59 years with chronic diseases, in stage 1A; and teachers and administrators of public and private schools and universities, as well as the staff of the Caipis, in their stage 1B.

Here are the means to register and verify yourself:

Link to register: FORMULARIO
Links to be verified: VERIFÍCATE, ROSA, Line 177

To date, more than 100,000 people have been immunized against the coronavirus in Panama.

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