Tuesday, July 5

Madrid advances to this Tuesday the self-appointment to vaccinate the population between 30 and 35 years old

The Community of Madrid advances self-citation for the population between 30 and 35 years old. Starting tomorrow, Tuesday, July 6, the self-citation system to get vaccinated against COVID-19 will be available to people 30 years of age and older who have not yet received any doses.

From this Monday the number of vaccination spaces offered has been expanded on the self-appointment platform -available on this web page or through the virtual health card–, by adding four new Primary Care points: in Madrid capital, in the Moratalaz district (Pavones Health Center) and in the Villaverde district (San Andrés Health Center); as well as in the municipalities of Leganés (Santa Isabel Health Center) and Móstoles (Sabio Presentation Health Center).

The self-appointment web application of the Community of Madrid, also accessible from the Virtual Health Card, currently allows you to choose between 40 vaccination points distributed throughout the region: 29 public hospitals, eight centralized Primary Care points, the Isabel Zendal Nurse Hospital, the Wizink Center and the Wanda Metropolitano stadium.

A total of 860,500 people have been vaccinated by this system since its launch on May 26. Initially it was opened to the age group of 57 to 67 years and later the age threshold was lowered progressively to advance in the immunization of younger population groups, until last July 1 to include people between the 35 and 37 years old and, from tomorrow, to those who are the 30 to 34 year old bracket.