Next week, the Andalusian Health Service will once again organise new mass vaccination days without appointment in order to continue making progress in the immunisation of the population and to facilitate the administration of both first and second doses to people over 12 years of age who have not yet been vaccinated. It is reminded that people who have passed COVID-19, if they are between 12 and 65 years old, must wait at least 4 weeks to be vaccinated. In addition, we will continue to attend to users who request vaccination by appointment at the fixed points set up.
In total, more than 100 walk-in vaccination points have been set up, 44 of which are open in the afternoon, where messenger RNA vaccines (Moderna or Pfizer) will be administered for both first and second doses. Pregnant women who have not started their vaccination schedule will also be able to attend.
In addition to the usual map of vaccination resources, mobile units are being installed at strategic points to facilitate vaccination in rural areas, in places with large numbers of people and for certain sectors such as university students. Among these, a mobile unit is planned for the university campus in La Línea de la Concepción (Cádiz) and the Aire Sur shopping centre in Castilleja de la Cuesta (Seville). Both first and second doses will also be applied in these mobile units.
The Junta de Andalucía has also promoted a campaign on social networks to encourage vaccination, with the hashtags #vamosaportodas and #AndalucíaTeCuida, to raise awareness of the importance of getting vaccinated to protect loved ones and the most vulnerable people.
More than a hundred points
In the case of Almería, this vaccination without appointment will take place in the towns of Albox, Abla, Almería, Benahadux, Huércal and San Isidro.
In Cádiz, these days will take place at vaccination points in La Línea, Algeciras, Los Barrios, Tarifa and the city of Cádiz.
In Cordoba, walk-in days will be held in Aguilar de la Frontera, Baena, Benamejí,
Cabra, Castro del Río, Fernán Núñez, La Rambla, Lucena, Montilla, Priego de Córdoba, Puente Genil, Rute, Bujalance, Córdoba city, Fuente Palmera, La Carlota, Montoro, Palma del Río and Posadas.
In Granada, walk-in vaccinations will initially take place in Baza, Guadix, Albuñol, Almuñécar, Cadiar, Motril, Órgiva, Salobreña, Ugíjar, Albolote, Chauchina, Granada city, Lachar, Las Gabias, Moclín and Padul.
In Huelva, walk-in vaccination will be carried out in the towns of Aljaraque, Almonte, Ayamonte, Bollullos Par del Condado, Bonares, Cartaya, Gibraleón, Huelva city, Isla Cristina, La Palma del Condado, Lepe, Moguer, Palos de la Frontera, Punta Umbría, San Juan del Puerto, Villanueva de los Castillejos, Villanueva de los Castillejos, Huelva city, Moguer, Rociana del Condado and Almonte.
In Jaén, they will be carried out at the vaccination points set up in Úbeda, Bailén, Linares and Jaén city.
In Malaga, they will be held in Velez-Malaga, Antequera, Archidona, Campillos, Mollina, Ronda, Marbella, Benalmadena, La Cala de Mijas and Malaga city.
In Seville, walk-in vaccination days will be held in Ecija, El Saucejo, Estepa, La Luisiana, Marchena, Osuna, Puebla de Cazalla, Cantillana, Castilleja de la Cuesta and Seville city (at the headquarters of the Seville Health District).
Specific information on the location of these walk-in vaccination points and opening hours can be found on the SAS website (http://lajunta.es/3iuh1). In addition to these vaccination days, there are also the regular vaccination days by appointment.
Administration of the third dose
Next week, the administration of the third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to people over 70 years of age will also begin. This vaccination will be carried out at Primary Care centres where they will be offered the third dose of COVID-19 together with the flu vaccine. To do so, they should make an appointment through ClicSalud+ (http://lajunta.es/2a5ny), through the mobile application and the Salud Responde telephone number (955 54 50 60) and also at their health centre, preferably by telephone.