From the July 19, the vaccine hub within the Palazzo delle Scintille in Milan, run by the Polyclinic, will begin a race against time: it will be able to inoculate 9 thousand vaccines a day (3 thousand more than the current average: about 6 thousand daily injections).
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«Allow to temporarily put the FieraMilanoCity vaccination hub on stand-by and optimize resources, concentrating the routes in a single vaccination point “: these would be the reasons for the change of location, as stated in an explanatory note.
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At the moment, the vaccination hub of the Fiera is dealing only with second doses and is proceeding at a rate of about 3 thousand doses per day. In a few dayseverything will be moved to Palazzo Scintille, which is a few meters away and has a potential capacity of at least 10 thousand vaccinations per day and therefore is largely able to combine both flows without slowing down.
The hub of FieraMilanoCity he has about 40 thousand second doses on his agenda booked for the days following 19 July. Citizens will be notified of the change of location through a confirmation sms and on the spot there will be the volunteers of the Civil Protection who will direct citizens to Palazzo delle Scintille.
Since the start of the anti-Covid vaccination campaign, the two hubs of the Milan Polyclinic have administered alone beyond 738. Palazzo Scintille, in particular, is located in Piazza VI febbraio in Milan: it is active 7 days a week, from 8 to 20, to help extend the protection against coronavirus as much as possible. The hub is coordinated and managed by the Milan Polyclinic in collaboration with Assst Rhodense, Assst Santi Paolo and Carlo, National Cancer Institute and the Irccs Neurological Institute Besta Foundation. Active vaccine lines are on average 50, but they are flexible and can rapidly increase to 72, based on the trend of bookings and vaccination supplies.
Last updated: Thursday 15 July 2021, 14:16
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