Flutetra Study Reveals Lack of Information as Cause of Unvaccinated Children in Murcia

Flutetra Study Reveals Lack of Information as Cause of Unvaccinated Children in Murcia

Half of the parents in the Region do not vaccinate their children against the flu due to lack of informationJuan Carlos Caval The importance that Murcian families give to vaccines is beyond any doubt. Vaccination coverage for respiratory viruses such as influenza in recent years is “acceptable and promising”. Despite this, there is still room … Read more

Extremadura Health Service Administers Nearly 6,000 Vaccine Doses in One Week – Plans for Evening Walk-in Campaign

Extremadura Health Service Administers Nearly 6,000 Vaccine Doses in One Week – Plans for Evening Walk-in Campaign

The Extremadura Health Service (SES) has given 5,923 doses of vaccine in one week to prevent flu and covidduring the extraordinary vaccination campaign enabled in the afternoon shift. Specifically, 3,043 injections have been inoculated against flu and 2,880 against covid. The data has been classified by the Ministry of Health as a “success” and for … Read more

Andalusia Extends Walk-in Vaccination Campaign for Flu and COVID-19

Andalusia Extends Walk-in Vaccination Campaign for Flu and COVID-19

The Department of Health and Consumer Affairs of the Government of Andalusia has announced that it is extending the vaccination without an appointment against the covid flu for another week to the target groups at all vaccination points in Andalusia. The Board has described as a success the walk-in vaccination campaign against the flu launched … Read more

Health Ministry Vaccinates 61 Children Against Flu in Second Consecutive Saturday

Health Ministry Vaccinates 61 Children Against Flu in Second Consecutive Saturday

Saturday, January 20, 2024, 2:59 p.m. The second consecutive Saturday that Health has vaccinated children between 6 months and 4 years against the flu has concluded with the balance of 61 children immunized. Of them, 48 have received the dose intranasally and the remaining 13, intramuscularly. The Cibir assembly hall has once again been the … Read more

Nursing Union Criticizes Sacyl for ‘Improvised’ Flu Vaccination Plan in Valladolid

Nursing Union Criticizes Sacyl for ‘Improvised’ Flu Vaccination Plan in Valladolid

The Nursing Union, Satse, of Valladolid, criticized the fact that flu vaccinations will be carried out this weekend at the urban and rural Continuing Care Points (PAC) in the province “without hiring nurses to carry out this vaccination, as was done last weekend”, which is why he described this mechanism as “improvised”. The nurses of … Read more

New Vaccine for Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) to Include Pregnant Women and Elderly Adults in Fall 2021

New Vaccine for Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) to Include Pregnant Women and Elderly Adults in Fall 2021

The siege on respiratory viruses typical of autumn and winter is tightening. If until 2019 older people and the most vulnerable groups only had to be vaccinated against the flu, and for some time now the jab against covid has been added, This coming fall the cocktail will incorporate a new vaccine: the respiratory syncytial … Read more

Successful ‘Vaccination Marathon’ in Salamanca Draws Hundreds for Flu and Covid Vaccines

Successful ‘Vaccination Marathon’ in Salamanca Draws Hundreds for Flu and Covid Vaccines

The vaccination “marathon” has been more successful than expected, with moments of more and less influx. “This Saturday there was an increase in people first thing in the morning and around twelve in the morning, but practically at no time has the waiting room been empty, we have been non-stop all morning,” he assured. Alvaro … Read more

Successful Walk-In Flu Vaccination Day for Children Under 5 Years of Age

Successful Walk-In Flu Vaccination Day for Children Under 5 Years of Age

The Cibir opened this Saturday to host a walk-in flu vaccination day for children under 5 years of age with a very good reception. Nagore and Eduardo went with Naia and Julen “for convenience.” “For not having to leave work and go to the health center,” Nagore explained. And the convenience of being a Saturday … Read more

Why Children’s Flu Vaccination Rates Are Falling and What it Means for Public Health

Why Children’s Flu Vaccination Rates Are Falling and What it Means for Public Health

Never has a play on words better illustrated what happened in this wave of flu: “Vaccination has punctured”. As pointed out by the spokesperson for the Spanish Society of General and Family Physicians (SEMG) Lorenzo ArmenterosEven without official data at the national level, the provisional figures for some autonomous communities show that the flu vaccination … Read more

Flu Vaccination Rates Drop Despite Increased Risk

Flu Vaccination Rates Drop Despite Increased Risk

The immunization against flu It was less popular this year than during the worst stages of the pandemic, when fear encouraged the population to get all the available vaccines. Fatigue and a covid that is less frightening to the general population meant that this year there was a significant decline in the participation of people … Read more