Sanchez announces Spain will be vaccinated from January

Pedro Sánchez , has announced that “a very substantial part” of Spain will be vaccinated against the coronavirus before July 2021 .

Sanchez announces Spain will be vaccinated from January: He has stated that the scheme will be launched “in January”. And that “a very substantial part of the population will be able to be vaccinated in the first half of 2021″.

Currently, thirteen thousand vaccination centres to be made available. He is confident the infrastructure can cope. Using the flu vaccination scheme as an example. Where fourteen million people have had the vaccination in an eight week period.

Sánchez quoted the Health Ministry’s figures for the 14-day cumulative number of coronavirus cases per 100,000 inhabitants in Spain as  “nearly 530 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the first week of November”. Down to 436 cases yesterday.

We are on the right path to flatten the curve, meeting the ambitious target that we have set ourselves.

Furthermore, we are still too high to be able to reach a cumulative incidence of 25 infections per 100,000 inhabitants in 14 days. Warning that “we must not relax at such a critical moment.”

He added that “There will be a single strategy for the entire country”. It will not be left to individual autonomous communities.

Along with Germany, it has been stated that this will be the first complete vaccination plan in Europe.

Earlier, Sanchez made the announcements during a press conference. Explaining the conclusions of the G20 telematics summit. It is surmised that all the details of the plan will be known this Tuesday after its approval in the Council of Ministers.

Additionally, with regard to aid plans demanded by the hospitality and commerce sectors, the Government will be. “complementary to the plans of autonomous communities and municipalities”. However, no dates have been given for this.

Also, with regard to immigration, he has vowed to fight irregular immigration. And he issues assurances that the people who arrived in the Canary Islands, will be repatriated to the countries with which we have agreements.  Global247News Twitter

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