At the Municipal Polyclinic in Prague, people will be able to be vaccinated with a single – dose vaccine Health News Pražská Drbna
In the Prague Municipal Polyclinic in Spálená Street, people will be able to get vaccinated with the Janssen single-dose vaccine from November. A two-dose vaccine from BioNTech and Pfizer will also be available for them. Those interested will be able to book the date of vaccination, thus avoiding waiting in lines. Vít Hofman, a spokesman for the municipality, informed about the novelties in the operation of the vaccination center established by the capital.
People will be able to book their appointment
For the first time, paramedics will administer the Janssen disposable vaccine at the vaccination site in Spálená Street on the first day of November from 07:30 to 15:20. In addition to Janssen vaccines, two-dose vaccines from BioNTec and Pfizer will be available in the coming days. The reservation of the vaccination date is possible through the reservation system or by telephone on the line 222 924 260.
In the time needed after vaccination, people should be able to be comfortably vaccinated with a single-dose main vaccine, the mayor of the city is convinced Zdeněk Hřib (Pirates). “Waiting all day in queues inside a shopping center or at a train station, as offered by the government, is indecent and goes against the meaning of security measures., “Said Hřib.
Interest in vaccines is increasing
In the Czech Republic, interest in vaccination is currently increasing again. On Tuesday, medics administered 32,414 doses, the most since August 27. Most of it was the third booster dose.
At the vaccination center at Prague’s main train station, paramedics have been vaccinating about 190 people a day against covid-19 in recent days, and will be expanding their operating hours from Monday. Those interested in the vaccination center, which operates in the lobby of the station …
A booster dose of the vaccine is now given by healthcare professionals in nursing homes. Prague social residential facilities can use the services of a mobile vaccination team, which was established in cooperation with the Prague City Hall with the Czech Red Cross and the Municipal Polyclinic in Prague. The mobile vaccination team has been active again since the beginning of October, according to Milena Johnová (Prague Sobě), Prague councilor for social policy and healthcare. According to the councilors, the medics of the mobile vaccination team have so far given the vaccine to about 200 applicants from among clients and employees of nursing homes.
According to a spokesman for the municipality, Prague is also continuing its campaign to vaccinate against covid-19. It is especially targeted at young Praguers. According to data on the golemio.cz data platform, less than 60 percent of Praguers under the age of 39 are vaccinated against covid-19. Young people are thus the least vaccinated age group of people in the metropolis.