The second dose of the vaccine was given to 263,906 residents of Slovakia.
BRATISLAVA. Slovakia launched a vaccine against Covid-19 on December 26, 2020.
We are currently stockpiling vaccines from Diffuser / BioNTech, Modern, and as of February 13, also with the AstraZeneca vaccine.
By Saturday (April 3, 2021), according to data from the National Health Information Center, 753,997 people had been vaccinated at the first dose. On the last day 6,699 received their vaccine. A total of 263,906 people received the second dose of the vaccine.
An overview of free test and vaccination dates is also available at https://covid.neuromancer.sk/ and https://covid.freevision.sk/ and also at https://www.terminy.org/.
Vaccine registration is open to:
The Cubid 19 vaccine has steps:
the first stage
A) The person is vaccinated through a central ordering system and is: a health professional, medical or non-medical student who comes into contact with a patient, an employee providing a social service, a social worker in the field, an employee of a service organization performing his activity in a hospital, a hospital worker, service Urgent medical or transportation medical service that comes in contact with a patient, a person who provides spiritual service to patients in a hospital or recipients of social services in a social services facility within a church or religious company registered as a special expert, works at a mobile sampling point in contact with the subject, works Rome Apprenticeship or carrying out work activities for the homeless, an employee employing a member of the Armed Forces of the Slovak Republic who is tasked with assisting in testing the population in the territory of the Slovak Republic to detect the presence of COVID-19 disease and assisting in a medical facility, police member or member of the fire and rescue service. medical.
B) The person will receive a second dose of the vaccine in accordance with the summary of product characteristics within the time limit set by the central system.
(C) not all orders through the central ordering system were vaccinated on a given day or fewer people had to be vaccinated on that day than the central ordering system allowed; If this criterion is met, the attending physician may give vaccines in doses that are not used that day per person: with severe disability and with a serious illness significantly increase the risk of severe Covid-19 (more in the firm order)
The second stage
The person meets the criterion for vaccination in the first stage or is at least 85 years old.
The third stage
The person meets the vaccination criteria in the first or second stage, or is at least 70 years old.
The person meets the criterion for vaccination in the first stage, in the second stage or in the third stage, or he is at least 60 years old.
The person meets the criterion for vaccination in the first stage, in the second stage, in the third stage or in the fourth stage, or he is at least 55 years old.
A person who meets the criteria for the previous stages, or at least 50 years old.
A person who meets the criteria for the previous stages or is at least 45 years old.
A person who meets the criteria for the previous stages or is at least 40 years old.
A person who meets the criteria for the previous stages or is at least 35 years old.
A person who meets the criteria for the previous stages or is at least 30 years old.
A person who meets the criteria for the previous stages or is at least 18 years old.
The vaccination strategy was updated on March 8, 2021.
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