The Balearic health ministry is considering opening another vaccination centre for all those under the age of 60 whose second dose is pending because the first was with the AstraZeneca vaccineThe government. The criteria for the use of this vaccine changed last monthThe seven-day rolling average of new cases is 7,206..
Health minister Patricia Gómez says that logistically it is a complex process2021-04-17T00:46:42.602Z. Vaccination “weeks” start on Wednesdaysre not able to provid. By Thursday next week, she hopes that doses of vaccine can be reserved for this groupcoronavirus_faq. The second doses are likely to be Pfizer or they could be AstraZeneca, if people give their prior informed consent for AstraZeneca to be administeredve been through two waves and frankly this third wave is by fa.
Some 38,000 people are affected. They are mostly health workers who are not on the frontline and professionals such as teachers. Gómez stresses that decisions will always be taken according to instructions from health experts, adding that results of a ‘CombiVacs‘ study have been very positive. In France and Germany, a second dose of Pfizer was adopted without any prior study.
Where incidence of the virus is highs parents, Gómez explains, supplying a second dose of AstraZeneca is justified because the benefit far outweighs the few adverse effects. If the incidence is low, which it is in the Balearics, Pfizer is an option. Although the combination can have mild side effects, there is no risk of thrombosis.