The Ministry of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands begins this Friday to administer without appointment the booster dose of the vaccine against Covid-19 to people between the ages of 60 and 69, that is, those born between 1952 and 1961 and who have completed their vaccination with two doses.
In the case of having received the two doses of Pfizer or Moderna, the booster dose can be received after six months. In this same age range, and in the case of having received the Janssen vaccine or two doses of AstraZeneca, the booster dose can be administered from three months.
Likewise, people under 60 years of age who were vaccinated with Janssen can receive their dose from three months on with or without an appointment at the designated points and times.
This vaccine also begins to be inoculated to primary care and hospital health personnel and to social health workers in public and private centers of centers for the elderly and for the disabled.
In addition, a booster dose will be administered to inmates in disability care centers and to those patients with high-risk conditions and those receiving treatment with immunosuppressive drugs.
For weeks now, it has been proceeding to vaccinate people aged 70 years or over with this booster dose, people inmates in Senior Centers and vaccinated with Janssen regardless of their age who can make an appointment through 012 or go without an appointment to the massive vaccination points. Patients with high-risk conditions and those receiving treatment with immunosuppressive drugs are also already receiving their additional dose.