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Andalusia plans to vaccinate schoolchildren in August

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Andalusia plans to vaccinate adolescents aged 12 and over in August before the start of the school year.

Students will likely be vaccinated in schools, but regional health minister Jesus Aguirre has called on the government to maintain a constant supply of vaccines.

Elias Bendodo, spokesman for the Junta de Andalucia, said on July 12 that no AstraZeneca vaccine is scheduled for next week and that less than half of the expected number of Pfizer vaccines are available.


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