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Opening dates announced for "drive-in" vaccinations in Panama

Opening dates announced for "drive-in" vaccinations in Panama

In these vaccination centers only the AstraZeneca doses will be applied, for men over 30 and women over 50.

The Government Innovation Authority (AIG) announced the opening dates of self-rapid vaccination against COVID-19 in the different provinces of the country.

In Veraguas, it began this Wednesday, May 19, in the vicinity of Santiago Mall-

While the fast car located in the David Fair, Chiriquí province, will open on Monday, May 24.

The Los Santos y Herrera express vaccination center, located at the Azuero Fair, will begin operations on Tuesday, May 25; that of the province of Coclé, which will be located on Boulevard Penonomé, will begin on Wednesday, May 26; and on May 31, the express car located at the La Chorrera Fair in Panama Oeste will open its doors.

At the moment the date of opening of the vaccination center located in the province of Colón is unknown.

Only the AstraZeneca formula doses will be applied at these vaccination centers.

In Panama, the Ministry of Health (Minsa) recommended the use of the immunizer against COVID-19 from AstraZeneca in men over 30 and women over 50.

REGISTRATION AND VERIFICATION

To register you must access https://astrazeneca.fluyapp.com/, and complete your information. Once the appointment dates are available, you can verify the day, time and place of vaccination through https://vacunas.panamasolidario.gob.pa/verificate/.

Despite the fact that Panama is in the process of vaccination against COVID-19, the use of masks continues to be essential as they represent protection above 80%.

ASTRAZENCA DOSE

According to Minsa, of the AstraZeneca formula to combat COVID-19, a total of 110,400 doses have reached Panama until May 18; 37 thousand of them have been dispatched to the rapid vaccination centers in the different provinces, and a total of 20,100 doses of have been applied as first doses, while there is a total of 73,400 doses available in inventory.

Comments

Oh ya 65 days ago
Panama must have either got these for free from one of the 40 countries that have banned this AstraZeneca jab or scored a good deal on this jab. Either way 40 or so countries have decided it is not safe for their citizens. But Panama thinks its ok for their citizens. You just cant make this type of story up folks

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