Aragon is going to distribute in the province of Huesca just over 6,300 doses of vaccines against covid-19. By sectors 3,872 are for Huesca and 2,460 in Barbastro. The total doses for the entire autonomous community are 65,544.
Vaccination is scheduled to begin in the next few days for people with very high-risk conditions, as set out in the Vaccination Strategy of the Ministry of Health: transplants, dialysis patients, cancer patients and those affected by HIV, mainly. These people, to whom Moderna will preferably be administered, will be summoned directly by the hospitals, where they will be vaccinated. For this, a supplementary distribution will be made to hospitals throughout this week, predictably.
During this week 41,000 doses of Pfizer are scheduled to be received, which will take place throughout today; 3,900 from AstraZeneca, scheduled for tomorrow; and 4,100 from Janssen, which will arrive in the community next Wednesday. It is still pending to determine which groups this latest vaccine is administered to, so it is not included in this week’s planning.
It should be remembered that at the moment vaccination in Aragon is available for the following groups:
Born before December 31, 1941, that is, people who turn 80 or more in 2021. They are called directly from their health center, although the self-appointment is also activated. They are vaccinated with Pfizer or Moderna.
Born in the years 1942, 1943, 1944 and 1945. That is, people who turn 76, 77, 78 or 79 years old in this year. Through the self-citation system. They are vaccinated with Pfizer or Moderna.
Born in 1956, 1957 and 1958. That is, people who turn 63, 64 or 65 during this year. Through the self-citation system. They are vaccinated with AstraZéneca.
Over 60 years of essential groups (Security Forces and Bodies, teachers, health professionals and emergencies …) Through the self-appointment. They are vaccinated with AstraZéneca.
Vaccination of new incorporations in groups of residents of senior centers, social health workers, large dependents and their caregivers continues on a permanent basis.