This Friday the vaccination operation against the coronavirus (covid-19) to people over 80 years in the Buenos aires city , with the possibility that people of this age range take their turn to receive the dose from Monday. However, this will not be necessary for residents in nursing homes in Buenos Aires, since there will be a differentiated operation for them.
Two new shipments of vaccines arrived last week: 400,000 from Sputnik V and 580,000 from AstraZeneca-Oxford , produced in India under the name of Covishield . This will end with the incoculation of the country’s health personnel and will begin with mass vaccination of the elderly.
Specific, CABA received 39,000 doses of Sputnik V and approximately 42,000 from the Covishield. Unlike the province of Buenos Aires, which opened vaccination to people over 70 years old and over 60 years old with comorbidities, the City opened shifts only for those over 80 years old .
How will the covid vaccination be for residents of nursing homes in CABA
However, those who live in nursing homes in Buenos Aires they should not take turns , since they will be a special operation so that they can be vaccinated without the need to mobilize .
For that, the Buenos Aires government will have 8 mobile units with a team of about 40 people who will circulate through the 498 residences for older adults in the City.
In total, it is expected to vaccinate approximately 16,500 residents in senior centers.
In the case of nursing homes, not only those over 80 years of age will be vaccinated, but also all older adults residing in them , without age limit.
How to schedule a Covid vaccine in CABA?
Instead, the rest of the adults people over 80 must take turns to go to vaccination centers. They can do it through the Web or by calling the line 147.
The shift system for that sector of the population will be enabled from 2:00 p.m. on Friday, February 19, on the web buenosaires.gob.ar/vacunacovid There you can choose the day, time and vaccination center
In both cases, the person will receive a confirmation email or SMS of the shift and you will be able to approach the vaccination post on the day and time chosen with your ID.
Applications will be made in 29 public centers of vaccines and 7 private located in clubs, government buildings and cultural centers, which will function Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
These centers are:
Historian’s House – Bolívar 466 National Scout Office – Libertad 1282 Oscoema Headquarters – Bernardo de Irigoyen 340 Recoleta Cultural Center – Junín 1930 Julián Centeya Cultural Center – San Juan 3255 Boca Junior Club (Social) – September 20 and Martin Rodríguez Huracán Club – Av Amancio Alcorta 2570 Usina del Arte – Agustín Caffarena 1 Club San Lorenzo (Headquarters Av. La Plata) – Av. La Plata 1782 Club Ferro – Martín de Gainza 206 Italian Club – Yerbal 150 Cultural Center Adán de Buenos Aires – Emilio Miter 975 Association Civil South Neighborhood Meeting – Picheuta 1517 Parque Roca – Av Cnel Roca 4200 Club Glorias Argentinas – Bragado 6875 Club Vélez – Av. Juan B. Justo 8900 Corralón Floresta – Av Gaona 4660 Club Miter – Segurola 1332 Club Racing Villa del Parque – Nogoyá 3045 Club communications (party room) – Av San Martín 5125 Club Sin Rumbo – Tamborini 6157 Club River Plate – Av. Figueroa Alcorta 7598 Fundación Pardes – Céspedes 3370 Day Center N ° 9 and 13 – Paraguay 5170 Club Atlan ta – Humboldt 374 gate 5 Club Morán – Pedro Morán 2446 Islamic Center – Av. Int. Bullrich 55 La Rural – Av. Santa Fe 4363 CEMAR 2 – Iriarte 3501 San Lorenzo Stadium – Av. Francisco Fernández de la Cruz 2145
Where to get vaccinated if I have social work or prepaid
The City clarified that if the person has as health providers (social work or prepaid): Italian Hospital, German Hospital, British Hospital, Cemic, Osuthgra, Güemes, Osecac or Obsba can call directly there.
How will the next stages of the vaccination plan in CABA be?
The Buenos Aires authorities fixed six stages of vaccination : a first for health workers; a second for adults over 70 (although it will start for people over 80) and residences; the third for people between 60 and 69 years old; the fourth for strategic personnel; the fifth for people from 18 to 59 years with accompanying illness; and finally, the sixth stage for other strategic groups.