Madrid plans to reopen nightlife next week and advances the second dose of AstraZeneca to those over 60


The Community of Madrid is preparing to reopen nightlife. As the acting Deputy Minister of Public Health, Antonio Zapatero, has advanced this Friday, the regional government foresees that the opening of these premises will take place “from the week of June 21”. The vice councilor has informed that the concretion of the measures will be decided after a meeting of the Ministry of Health with the sector next Monday. “Out of respect for them, we are going to speak with them first about the measures to have a common position,” Zapatero said.

The health officer has also reported that the Community of Madrid has decided to advance the second dose vaccination to week eleven for those over 60 who received the first AstraZeneca. Until now the vaccination strategy set the standard in week 12, but the Ministry of Health has advanced the administration of this second dose to protect this population aged 60 to 69 years after detecting 18 new cases of the Indian variant, not associated between They, which are added to four other cases that were already confirmed in the region, for a total of 22.

“It indicates that community transmission of this variant is already taking place,” said Zapatero, who insisted on the need to increase controls at the Adolfo Su√°rez Madrid-Barajas airport.

Self-cited from 48 years

The Community of Madrid advances in its vaccination strategy against COVID-19, extending the self-citation system from today to the general population 48 years of age and older, without an age limit, and who have not received any doses. In addition, throughout the next week the citizens who can benefit from this option will be able to choose between 14 vaccination points offered, by incorporating 12 public hospitals.


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