The president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Diaz Ayuso, has made an appeal this Thursday to "arrive more vaccines" and "that they arrive soon, as soon as possible", because the number committed by the Ministry of Health to the CCAA is "really low".
This was stated in a visit to the Madrid Security and Emergencies Agency 112 (ASEM112). This Wednesday it was announced that the Community of Madrid vaccination plan against Covid-19 will begin this Sunday with the 1,200 doses that will be received that same day, with the forecast of receiving 48,750 doses every Monday for 12 weeks.
"We want to make an appeal from the Community of Madrid so that more vaccines arrive, that they arrive soon, as soon as possible, and that we can protect the most vulnerable first, but also the rest of the population, to soon get our lives back", said the Madrid leader.
Ayuso has indicated that the number of vaccines that "theoretically" are going to receive the CCAA, specifically that of Madrid, "is a really low number with which it is very difficult to protect citizens right now and therefore more resources are needed. "
"We, as an autonomous government that knows the fight against the pandemic well, offer to give our help for anything, storage, logistics, to make any necessary steps so that these vaccines arrive soon and we can effectively protect citizens ", added the president.
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