On Monday, Governor Tamas Altvater with the head of the Directorate of Public Health of Satu Mare County, Dr. He agreed with Mihai Makarena on a vaccination campaign targeting rural settlements, which will be implemented with the help of mobile vaccination centers.
For both people who live in isolated places and people who are not difficult or difficult to transport to receive the vaccine, two mobile vaccination units will start operating in Satu Mare County next week. Those in these categories will have priority, but others will be able to take advantage of this opportunity. In order to activate the vaccination campaign in the countryside as much as possible, the governor asked the municipalities to prepare as soon as possible a list of people who want to receive the vaccine, especially those who suffer from impaired mobility, such as mobile vaccination, the path will depend on the data.
The last vaccination centers were also opened
The last four vaccination centers were opened in Satu Mare province on Tuesday: at Lucian Blaga Primary School in Satu Mare, at Vasile Lucaciu Primary School and at Traian Vuia Technical High School, and in Szelestyehut, the attached cultural house will house. According to the map available on the vaccination platform, vaccination is also carried out at these sites with a vaccine produced by Pfizer-BioNTech.
At the moment our article was published, 2,794 vacancies were registered in Satu Mare County: Applicants are waiting for 1,577 doses of Pfizer, 331 doses of Moderna are available, and there are 886 vacancies on Astra Zeneca’s list. At the moment, the queues aren’t too long either: there’s a 1993 total waiting for Pfizer, only 28 are waiting for Astra, and there’s no one on Moderna’s queue at the moment.
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