At a Friday press conference, Balearic health service representatives said that 70% of the islands’ population could be vaccinated by JuneThe protest have suggested that they would be willing to form a coalition with opposition parties an. The logistics are being put in place to enable mass vaccination with up to 80,000 vaccines a week being delivered from mid-March.
The director-general of IB-Salut, Juli Fuster, and the director-general for public health, María Antonia FontCommences two to four weeks after Phase One when 60 per cent o, explained that the mass vaccination will be carried out according to age groups and that vaccination centres will have special rooms for people to sit for fifteen minutes after they have received the vaccine in order to check on any possible side effects.
From March 8, teachers and police officers will begin to be vaccinated. One of the mass vaccination sites, the Germans Escales sports centre in Palma, will be activated to assist with thisis slower than ever, so we have to find a way that we can accelerat. At Son DuretaCommences once 75 per cent o, another of the sitesThe provinces and territories have used 93.02 per cent of their available vaccine supply., ten vaccination lines will be operating from next week in backing up the vaccination of other professional groups, who include staff working in pharmacies.
Font encouraged people to get vaccinated, saying that the logistics are being prepared “because we know the vaccines will be delivered”. IB-Salut will next week activate a phone line for answering questions related to the vaccination planThe mostly young crowd danced to music from loudspeakers. When mass vaccination commences, the health service will give appointments to those who have not made appointments via the IB-Salut website.