The vaccination campaign in Lazio continues to proceed with bookings according to age groups. A choice strongly claimed by the Department of Health on the grounds of the lack of sufficient doses. The new calendar has been announced which foresees from midnight tomorrow Sunday 6 June, the possibility of booking for the age group 39-35 years, or those born from 1982 to 1986. Tuesday 8 June at 24 will then be the turn of age group 34-30 years, all those born from 1987 to 1991. From Thursday 10 June all citizens of the age group 29-25 years, born from 1992 to 1996, will be able to book. From Sunday 13 June, finally, citizens between the ages of 17 and 24, i.e. born between 1997 and 2004, will be able to book the vaccine.
Covid vaccine age group 12 – 16 years: how to book
How will it proceed later? Under 17s will have to go to the pediatrician for vaccination – where they will receive the Pfizer vaccine – but the first Open Day in Rieti’s ASL is already scheduled for today. In all, this is an audience of 240,000 boys and girls, who according to the intentions should be immunized before returning to school, but it must be seen if the doses will be sufficient. From Tuesday 15 June, according to what was announced by the Lazio Region, parents will be able to book the vaccine for their children between 12 and 16 years on the dedicated portal, then going to the chosen pediatrician. At the moment, 350 out of about 700 across the region have signed up.
The progress of the pandemic in Lazio
The decline in cases in Lazio continues. As of yesterday, there were 13,780 positives, and 11,000 were healed in 24 hours. 197 new cases were registered, of which 120 in Rome, and 9 deaths. The current trend will allow Lazio to enter the white zone starting from mid-June, with a further relaxation of the containment measures of the pandemic. The result of the combined effect of vaccination and the arrival of summer.