THE police and Guardia Civil will receive their second dose of the vaccine next week.
The police and Guardia Civil will receive their second dose of the vaccine next week. This Tuesday, June 1, teachers received their second dose as Spain starts to complete immunisations for essential workers.
However, unlike teachers, police and Guardia Civil officers will not be going to Palacio de Ferias de Málaga (Fycma) for security reasons. It is also for this reason that it has not been revealed where they will be receiving their vaccinations. Like other essential workers under the age of 60, they will be vaccinated with the AstraZeneca vaccine.
Following uncertainty about administrations of the second dose, which has seen thousands of workers in suspense across Spain, the vaccinations are now being resumed, according to Malaga Hoy.
Like staff in schools, officers have the choice between the Pfizer or AstraZeneca vaccine. However, despite government recommendations that they should receive the second dose of Pfizer, the alleged adverse effects of the drug has seen most teachers opting to repeat with AstraZeneca so as not to mix vaccines of different brands.
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