The vaccination center at the Prague Congress Center in Vyšehrad extends operating hours and increases vaccination capacity. Those interested in the vaccine will be able to get vaccinated extraordinarily on the weekend of November 20 and 21. It will be open from 08:00 until 20:00. This is stated in a press release today by the joint-stock company Medicon, which has been operating the vaccination center since September 20.
Those interested in vaccinations can choose between a single-dose Janssen vaccine from Johnson & Johnson and a two-dose Comirnaty vaccine from Pfizer at the congress center’s vaccination center. Vaccination is also possible without registration and the vaccine serum is also given to children by healthcare professionals and adolescents older than 12 letters. According to the coordinator of the vaccination center chief in Vyšehrad Stanislav Zezulka, he is now on the premises Vaccination vaccinates about 700 people a day. It is now open on weekdays, according to information on the website. “I have an operational capacity of up to 1,200 people a day,” Zezulka added.
The vaccination center has been operating on the premises of the Congress Center since April. It was established by the Prague City Hall as the Metropolitan Vaccination Center. The main operation of the Metropolitan Vaccination City Center began on April 6 and ended on September 17. In the end, the operation was taken over by Medicon, which has been involved in the operation of the center since its inception. Since the spring, over 200,000 doses of vaccine serum have been administered in Vyšehrad.
According to the golemio platform, 0.8 million out of 1.14 million Praguers who have a permanent residence in the metropolis have received at least one dose of covid-19 vaccination. A total of 2.28 million doses were given to people in vaccination centers in Prague.