Vaccination schedule for the third dose today, Thursday, October 14: Whose turn? | National

The Ministry of Health announced who is responsible for receiving the booster dose of the covid-19 vaccine.

The Minsal determined which is the vaccination schedule from third dose against covid-19 for today thursday october 14.

The application process of the booster dose It began on August 11 and as of October 12, 3,877,367 people had received it.

Check out who will be able to get the booster shot today:

Third dose

According to what was announced by the Minsal, this day people can receive the third dose, from 55 years of age and older, vaccinated until June 6, 2021, with complete schemes other than Sinovac, such as Cansino, Janssen, Pfizer, Astrazeneca, Generium, Moderna and Sinopharm. This includes those vaccinated in clinical studies and with vaccine validation abroad.

Government of Chile

In addition, those who have between 34 and 46 years of age and have been vaccinated with the Sinovac’s complete scheme until May 23, 2021. And also those between 34 and 46 years old, who have been vaccinated with complete schemes other than Sinovac until March 21.

Government of Chile

Likewise, the immunocompromised people from 12 years of age onwards, who have received a complete vaccination schedule until August 10. As indicated by the Ministry of Health, these people must present a prescription or certificate that proves their health condition.

Government of Chile

What other people can get vaccinated today?

During this Thursday they will also apply first and second doses. Therefore, people 12 years of age or older and also pregnant women, from 16 weeks of gestational age, will be able to receive the first dose.

In addition, people vaccinated with Sinovac, AstraZeneca or Pfizer, at least 28 days after receiving the first dose, will be able to receive the second dose.

 
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