The Canary Islands will begin the vaccination of security and emergency personnel next week

Members of the Canarian Police transfer doses of vaccines against the coronavirus.

Members of the Canarian Police transfer doses of vaccines against the coronavirus.
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The Ministry of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands continues to advance in its vaccination plan and until last Friday it had already administered more than 119,000 doses of the three vaccines available in the European Union at this time.

In addition, the immunization of 50,200 people in the Canary Islands having received two doses of the vaccine, which represents the 3.7% of the target population, data that place the Archipelago well above the average for the whole of the State.

The Minister of Health, Blas Trujillo, has announced in a press conference that next week the vaccination of the Group 6A: Security Forces and Bodies, Emergencies and Armed Forces, which includes Civil Guard, National, Autonomous and Local Police, firefighters, technicians of the security forces and bodies, professionals of Civil Protection, emergencies and Armed Forces.

They will also begin to vaccinate other groups such as dentists, hygienists, pharmacy staff, physical therapists and speech therapists.

On the other hand, the counselor has advanced that the European Union has allocated 300 million euros for the different laboratories to analyze the evolution of the current vaccines to adapt them to the new strains, and it is expected that in August some results of those investigations.

He also added that after the last steps that the EU has made, everything indicates that between March and April many more vaccines can be obtained from the different laboratories, which will allow the Canary Islands “to take a much higher cruising speed“when vaccinating the target population, estimated at 70% of the population of the archipelago.


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