Thursday, May 19

Madrid will open the self-appointment system on Wednesday for the population aged 30 to 35 and on Tuesday for Erasmus

The Minister of Health of the Community of Madrid, Enrique Ruiz Escudero, announced this Friday that the self-appointment system to vaccinate against Covid-19 for people who do not have any dose will foreseeably open next Wednesday, day 7, for the range of 30 to 35 years. Escudero has explained that the scenario that the Community manages is to open each week in strips of five in five years.

Escudero has also announced that those young people who are going to study abroad will be able to make an appointment to be vaccinated against Covid-19 from next Tuesday, day 6, to start getting vaccinated from the 7th in four enabled devices.

The self-appointment system to get vaccinated against Covid-19 was opened this Thursday for people between 35 and 37 years old who have not yet received any doses, so that all those born after 1987 can request their appointment to be vaccinated in any of the 36 inhabited points for it.

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 Monday including people of 38 and 39 years and , from this Thursday, to those who are in the range of 35 to 37 years.