Today, the Andalusian Health Service (SAS) is opening the call for applications for the booster dose of Covid-19 to people born between 1985 and 1992, i.e. those aged between 37 and 30 years old or about to turn 30. The SAS would also like to remind pregnant women that the booster dose is also recommended, regardless of their age.
In this case, as in all adults, and following the decision taken by the Public Health Commission, the booster dose is indicated if five months have passed since the second dose of messenger RNA (Pfizer or Moderna). In addition, three months after the second dose of AstraZeneca vaccine and three months after vaccination with Janssen. From 65 years of age onwards, the four-week waiting period is not necessary, simply that the person is well and out of isolation. In the booster dose, messenger RNA vaccines will be administered.
Appointments can also be made for the vaccination of children between 11 and 5 years of age, mainly at health centres and external points.
Appointments can be made through the usual channels: the SAS website via ClicSalud+ (http://lajunta.es/2a5ny), the mobile application and the Salud Responde telephone number (955 54 50 60) as well as at your health centre, preferably by telephone.
As for the walk-in vaccination points, 84 this week throughout Andalusia, which can be consulted here (https://lajunta.es/3m7y7), people born in 1992 or earlier who are pending a booster dose; those who received a dose from Janssen or the AstraZeneca regimen; as well as people aged 12 years or older who have yet to start the vaccination process with the first dose or who are pending the second dose, will be able to attend.