Thursday, Apr 15, 2021

On April 14 the vaccination begins in the 8-9 circuit, and on April 21 in the 8-7

On April 14 the vaccination begins in the 8-9 circuit, and on April 21 in the 8-7

Health authorities announced the next vaccination dates in key circuits in Panama City.

In circuit 8-9 (North Panama), the day of application of the first dose against Covid-19 will begin on April 14, and will be extended for four days to people 60 years of age and older, educators and women pregnant

This 8-9 circuit is made up of five townships: Mayor Díaz, Caimitillo, Chilibre, Ernesto Córdoba and Las Cumbres.

16 schools will be enabled as vaccination centers, according to the authorities.

The schools in Alcalde Díaz will be CEBG Melchor Lasso de la Vega and the Nicolle Garay Bilingual School. In Caimitillo they will be CEBG Bilingüe José Artigas; CEBG Bilingüe María Latorre, and CEBG Bilingüe Nuevo Caimitillo.

Chilibre will enable the schools CEBG Presidente Roosevelt, Escuela Bilingüe Santo Jorge and CEBG Bilingüe Jhon F. Kennedy. In Ernesto Córdoba, CE Nuevo Progreso, Colegio San Juan Pablo Segundo, Escuela Santa Rita and Instituto Bilingüe Internacional (IBI) will be available.

While in Las Cumbres the Bilingual Arab Republic of Egypt CEBG, the Good Shepherd School, the Republic of India Bilingual School and the San Pablo and Villa Nueva School will be enabled.

Circuit 8-7

As of April 21, the vaccination will start in the 8-7 circuit, where adults over 60 years of age, pregnant women and educators will receive their first doses of the Covid-19 vaccine.

This circuit is made up of the townships of Bella Vista, Calidonia, San Felipe, Curundú, El Chorrillo, Santa Ana, Ancón, Betania and Pueblo Nuevo.

In total, 14 vaccination centers will be set up.

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