New vaccination centers and information campaign. Prague has launched its own project, and is also preparing a vaccination strategy iROZHLAS
For the campaign, the city decided to use not only its own advertising space in the city, the so-called furniture, but also printed or online media or radio spots. The information would also appear on screens in hospital facilities or in public transport, for example. The campaign should be visible on the streets by now, with commercials starting around mid-February.
The information website has been fully functional since last week ockovani.praha.euwhere all the information is together. We also provide expert-guaranteed information on vaccination as such, including refutation of misinformation or misinformation. It also includes instructions for registering for vaccinations for the elderly.
People can read how Prague is vaccinated right on the first page of the website. As of Monday, just over 66,000 people had been vaccinated in Prague. Vaccination continues.
In connection with the delivery of the company Moderna, which the city does not yet have, two new vaccination centers managed by Prague should start working on Monday – in the polyclinic in Spálená Street and in the Municipal Hospital for the next care in Vysočany. Almost thirty more vaccination sites were prepared by the city districts.
The city hopes that the information campaign helps ensure that as many people as possible are involved in vaccination. The municipality should have an overview of how many people are interested in vaccinations and how many friends will be needed.
All vaccination points will probably be used, because people from the Central Bohemian Region also use them in Prague, which means that the total number of vaccinations in Prague will be uneven with the number of vaccinated Praguers.
In addition, according to health councilor Milena Johnová from the Prague Sobě group, the city is preparing its own vaccination strategies, which politicians should address next week at a council meeting.
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