Appointments are now available for the vaccination event in Soria, with the Junta of Castile and Leon starting the appointment request process on Thursday, October 6. This can be done through the Sacyl Conecta app, the health portal, by phone or at the health center.
Influenza and Covid 19 vaccination campaigns will begin on October 10.
during the season In autumn and winter, babies born after October must also be vaccinated against bronchiolitis. This will be done in a hospital or, for those born between March and October, in a health center.
The Junta of Castile and León starts a vaccination campaign against influenza and Covid-19 in Soria next Tuesday, the 10th, for the general population for whom vaccination is recommended. The campaign started on Tuesday the 4th and targeted people in institutions, mainly nursing homes.
Vaccination Appointment Starting tomorrow, the 6th, applications can be made through the usual channels: the Sacyl Conecta application, the phone number of your health center, or in person, as well as on the Castile and Leon Health Portal.
It is important to remember that vaccinations take place mainly in health centers and you must attend with your identity card and health card. Wear loose-fitting clothing so that the vaccine can be easily administered into your arm; You should not go to get a flu or Covid-19 vaccine if you have a fever or any unwell symptoms; If it has been less than three months since your last vaccination or since your last illness Less than three months old should not be vaccinated.
About the flu, The campaign fundamentally targets those most at risk The risk of complications if you get the flu, and the risk of potentially spreading the flu to other people who are at high risk for complications.
Flu and Covid-19 vaccinations are recommended for:
- Persons 60 years of age or older.
- Persons 5 years of age or older in disability centers and nursing homes, as well as other long-term residents and residents of closed institutions.
- People under 60 years of age with the following risk conditions: diabetes and Cushing’s syndrome, morbid obesity, chronic cardiovascular, neurological or respiratory disease (including bronchopulmonary dysplasia), cystic fibrosis and asthma, chronic kidney disease and kidney disease Syndrome, hemoglobinopathies and anemia or hemophilia, other coagulation disorders and chronic bleeding disorders, as well as patients with blood products and multiple transfusions, asplenia or severe splenic dysfunction, chronic liver disease (including chronic alcoholism), severe neuromuscular Disease, immunosuppression (including primary immunodeficiency and due to HIV infection) or drugs, as well as transplant recipients and complement deficiencies, cancer and hematological malignancies, cerebrospinal fluid fistulas and cochlear implantation or waiting, celiac disease, chronic inflammation Diseases, disorders and diseases that cause cognitive impairment – Down syndrome, dementia, etc.
- Pregnant women in any trimester of pregnancy and women in the postpartum period (up to 6 months postpartum) who were not vaccinated during pregnancy.
- People who live with highly immunosuppressed people.
- Staff in public and private health and social care centres. and those working in essential public services such as national security forces, firefighters or civil defence.
In addition to the above, it is recommended that the following groups of people receive influenza vaccination:
Population of children aged 6 to 59 months. That will be a novelty in this year’s vaccination program.
This is a novelty in the immunization calendar of Castilla and León. Children 6 to 23 months will receive the vaccine intramuscularly, and children 24 to 59 months will receive the vaccine intranasally. Recruitment of these children will occur directly from primary care pediatric consultations.
Education center staff at any educational level.
- People between the ages of 5 and 59 are at higher risk for complications from the flu. This group includes smokers.
- Students undertake internships at the Center for Health and Social Care.
People who work on a farm, poultry farm, pig farm or mink farm or come into contact with wild animals.
will be The 2023-2024 season is a monovalent vaccine Targeting the XBB.1.5 subvariant of omicron strains, preferably XBB.1.5, ensures protection against circulating strains of SARS-CoV-2.
Until the last week of October, Castile and Leon will receive just over 400,000 doses of Covid-19 vaccines from the Ministry of Health. These vaccines are administered weekly. So far, nearly 26,000 doses of the vaccine have arrived at the Territorial Health Service.
Another novelty in the immunization calendar of Castilla and León is the inclusion of a new drug (Nirsevimab) that provides immunity against the respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), an infection with the usual Said bronchiolitis.
Castilla and León to proceed as immunization program ramps up Single dose Niservimab during the 2023-2024 campaign Applies to all children born between March 1, 2023 and March 31, 2024. Children born before September 30 will be called from the health center; those born after October 1 will be vaccinated at Santa Barbara Hospital