The buffer point in San Marino moves from the hospital and splits between Centro Azzurro and Tiro a Volo
Two new stations are active in the Republic of San Marino to carry out swabs for the search for the Sars-CoV-2 virus.
TheSocial Security Instituteexplaining that the two new stations in which to carry out swabs for the research of Covid-19 in San Marino are ‘drive through’ points, where that is you can go by car and swab without getting out of the vehicle“.
The first, “already operational, is the tendon set up at the seat of shooting (via dei Giacinti n. 24) a Ciarulla (Serravalle): this is a drive-through point, managed by the staff of the Analysis Laboratory and with access only under the provision of the Territorial Covid Service; the new buffer point, which actually replaces the one at the State Hospital, serves to decongest the hospital area where vaccination activity has been increased from the traffic of motor vehicles “.
From today, therefore, “unless otherwise indicated by the Covid team at the time of booking, the initial isolation, healing or quarantine swabs will be carried out at the Ciarulla and no longer at the hospital”.
The second point tampons“Operational since last Sunday, is set up at Azzurro shopping center (piano -3) “. This buffer point “is managed by the staff of the ISS Pharmaceutical Unit which carries out the service in addition to normal working hours”. To reserve the blue pad, “you can use theapplication for smartphone and tablet ‘Infila’ available for both Android and iOS devices: through this app, created free of charge by the company AC&D Solutions, it is possible to book tampons, as well as at the Azzurro shopping center, also in the pharmacies of Città and Gualdicciolo “.
The swab service in Iss pharmacies or at the Azzurro shopping center “is available every day, including Sundays and holidays, at the cost of 10 euros“. For the buffer on the -3 floor of the Azzurro, “at the moment it is possible to use only the payment by electronic circuit (credit card, Bancomat or Smac Card)”.