Updates: 14.01.2021 18:42
Prague – Representatives of the regions reject the accusation of Prime Minister Andrej Babiš (YES) about the way in which vaccination centers enter data on people vaccinated against a new type of coronavirus into the state information system. The government approved the obligation to report vaccinated people the same day on Wednesday. However, some governors complain about the not always functional Infectious Diseases Information System (ISIN) or the short deadline they had for preparation.
Babiš complained today that the data on the vaccinated are coming from the vaccination centers with a delay. He also criticized that some regions were asking for more vaccines, despite the fact that, according to him, they did not show even a tenth of the current doses.
Olomouc Governor Josef Suchánek (Pirates and STAN) told ČTK that all required data on vaccinations are being sent from the region in time. “Every evening we send a report to the relevant information system and fill in the data. They are there every night. I don’t think we owe them anything in terms of the report, and we never owed them anything,” he said.
According to Suchánek, the state will have a better overview of the current situation after launching the vaccination registration and reservation system. “The Prime Minister should calm down and should do things centrally as they should. And they should let us do our things,” the governor said.
The Prime Minister of the Liberec Region, Martin Půta (Mayors for the Liberec Region), also rejects criticism from the Prime Minister. According to him, the problem is a non-functional information system into which data on vaccination are to be entered. Because of this, people have to write data in several questionnaires at the same time. “If the central information system was working, the Prime Minister would have as much information as he needed,” Půta remarked.
The Liberec governor also rejects the accusation that the regions demand more vaccines than they can report. According to him, there are few vaccines, and the region therefore asked for an increase in supplies. “We use everything we get,” Půta emphasized.
More vaccines would be used without problems by health professionals in the Karlovy Vary region. “We are able to ‘vaccinate’ our modest deliveries with a reserve, on the contrary, we would need and use benefits significantly more. Kulhánek (for STAN).
The Pardubice Regional Councilor for Healthcare Michaela Matoušková points out in connection with the registration of the vaccinated that the government’s extraordinary measure on vaccination reports did not come until Wednesday evening, with the regions giving reports from today. According to Matoušková, the Pardubice region still does not have access to the central registration system for vaccination. He also sees the problem in changes in government strategy. “If we were to follow exactly that, then we don’t know what today, because it changes every day. We still react to it and, of course, we report everything,” Matoušková added.
The Ústí nad Labem Region does not have a problem with reporting the number of vaccinated, its governor Jan Schiller (ANO) told ČTK. By Wednesday, about 2,660 people had received the vaccine in the region. From Monday, the number of vaccinated will probably increase.
The Hradec Králové region does not see a problem with the reporting of vaccinees either. “Our vaccination centers record all vaccinations performed in the central ISIN system, from which vaccination data can be traced at individual sites,” said Dan Lechmann, a spokesman for the region.
The state should also have reports on vaccinated from the Vysočina region. “According to the information of the regional coordinator, the required data are sent daily, according to the instructions no later than 2 pm, but usually before noon, an e-mail determined by the Ministry of Health,” Vysočina Regional Governor Vítězslav Schrek (ODS) told ČTK He added that the data are leaving all five regional vaccination centers.
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