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Caltanissetta. Vaccines against Covid, Trobia clarifies: “For the moment, administrations only to people over eighty”. Yesterday a thousand doses of AstraZeneca arrived

Rita Cinardi
February 10, 2021 2:27 pm

Almost 12,000 vaccines have been administered in Caltanissetta as part of the anti-covid vaccination campaign and at the moment the only ones who will be able to continue to do so are the over eighty. To clarify the current situation is the coordinator of the vaccination clinics of the ASP of Caltanissetta Benedetto Trobia. “Those over eighty who have to undergo a vaccine – explains Trobia – must register on the regional platform (which can also be accessed from the ASP site in Caltanissetta) which currently has run out of reservations. All those who do not fall into this category will not be vaccinated. Indeed if they have managed to register they are causing damage because they do nothing but clog the platform. The opening of the agenda is proportional to the number of doses that arrive. Everything is managed through the regional platform and we start already from the 20th with over eighty-year-olds who are over 17 thousand in the province. Phase 2, again with Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, which will be aimed at highly frail patients of all ages, patients from 70 to 79 years, then low frailty under 70 and patients aged 50 at the current age of 69 she has not started yet because first she will have to finish with the administration to the over 80s “. Different speech regarding the AstraZeneca vaccine. Yesterday the first thousand doses arrived at Sant’Elia but at the moment the administration cannot be booked. “To start with AstraZeneca – explains Trobia – we await indications from the department that will arrive shortly and possibly as early as next week it will be possible to administer to people between 18 and 55 years old, who are part of the police and school employees, in good state of health and without pathologies. The clinics authorized to date are one in Caltanissetta and one in Gela but we are also preparing ourselves at the local level “. (In the photo from left Lara Mastrosimone, Cps Nurse, doctor Benedetto Trobia and Covid doctor Daniea Ginevra).

Almost 12,000 vaccines have been administered in Caltanissetta as part of the anti-covid vaccination campaign and at the moment the only ones who will be able to continue to do so are the over eighty. To clarify the current situation is the coordinator of the vaccination clinics of the ASP of Caltanissetta Benedetto Trobia. “Those over eighty who have to undergo a vaccine – explains Trobia – must register on the regional platform (which can also be accessed from the ASP site in Caltanissetta) which currently has run out of reservations. All those who do not fall into this category will not be vaccinated. Indeed if they have managed to register they are causing damage because they do nothing but clog the platform. The opening of the agenda is proportional to the number of doses that arrive. Everything is managed through the regional platform and we start already from the 20th with over eighty-year-olds who are over 17 thousand in the province. Phase 2, again with Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, which will be aimed at highly frail patients of all ages, patients from 70 to 79 years, then low frailty under 70 and patients aged 50 at the current age of 69 she has not started yet because first we will have to finish with the administration to the over 80s “. Different speech regarding the AstraZeneca vaccine. Yesterday the first thousand doses arrived at Sant’Elia but at the moment the administration cannot be booked. “To start with AstraZeneca – explains Trobia – we await indications from the department that will arrive shortly and possibly as early as next week it will be possible to administer to people between 18 and 55 years old, who are part of the police and school employees, in good state of health and without pathologies. The clinics authorized to date are one in Caltanissetta and one in Gela but we are also preparing ourselves at the local level “. (In the photo from left Lara Mastrosimone, Cps Nurse, doctor Benedetto Trobia and Covid doctor Daniea Ginevra).