Madeira has not recorded any cases of the Omicron variant and is scheduled to start immunizing 14,715 children aged 5 to 11 on December 14.
Health Minister Pedro Ramos said: “The vaccines (intended to vaccinate children) will arrive on December 13, a week ahead of schedule.”
Government officials emphasized that the region will receive 25% of all vaccines purchased by Portugal, and about 17,500 doses are expected to arrive in the region by the end of the year.
These doses “will be distributed to all cities”, and will begin to be administered “as soon as possible”, upon receipt. Enjoyed this post? Never miss out on future posts by following us.
He predicts that if the batch arrives as scheduled on December 13, the transplanting of offspring will begin the next day, December 14.
“I want and must vaccinate children,” said Pedro Ramos, arguing that “the benefits outweigh the risks”, and that they “are currently a vulnerable group and therefore should and will be vaccinated. strains”.
Adding that the first target to be immunized would be children with related conditions and then those with the consent of their parents or guardians, the secretariat announced that the vaccine “will be part of the Regional Immunization Plan”.
This vaccination protocol will include “14,715 children between the ages of 5 and 11,” he stressed.
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