Who should take turns and who should not to get vaccinated against Covid in San Juan

While the vaccination campaign against the coronavirus that began on December 29, advances in the province, the Ministry of Health recalled which groups can currently spontaneously approach to receive the first or second doses and who must request their turn online.

Then, the detail, case by case:

* By spontaneous demand

First dose

– Teachers and non-teachers of the entire educational system.

– People over 60 years.

Second dose

– Over 60 years of age, only in the case of having received Sinopharm or Astrazeneca (Covishield).

* With shift

First dose

– Health personnel.

– People between 18 and 59 years old with and without comorbidities.

– Pregnant or breastfeeding (with medical indication).

Second dose

– Health personnel.

– Over 60 years of age in which case they must receive Sputnik V.

– Teachers and non-teachers of all educational levels.

– People between 18 and 59 years old with and without comorbidities.

– Pregnant or breastfeeding (with medical indication).

It should be remembered that, to access a shift, you must enter sisanjuan.gob.ar/vacunacionsanjuan (click here)

Once the person signed up You must wait to receive a message with the indication of the place, date and time in which you must present yourself to be vaccinated.

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