While Spain continues to battle with the COVID-19 pandemic, the government of Andalucia has decided to make flu vaccinations mandatory for anyone over 65-years-of-age. Those people deemed to be at high risk will also be subject to the compulsory vaccination. These latest protective measures were announced by regional health minister Jesus Aguirre earlier in the week following a coronavirus task …
Court orders measles vaccinations in Granada
The Administrative Court Number 5 in Granada has acceded to the request by the Department of Health to vaccinate 35 children against measles following an outbreak earlier this month at a school in the city.
Influenza A vaccination could begin in October or November
According to the Minister of Health, the Influenza A vaccine should be ready in October or November and vaccination could begin around that time although nothing has yet been finalised.
Plans to vaccinate children up to 14 years of age against Influenza A
The Minister of Health, Trinidad Jiménez, has announced that children up to the age of 14 years will be vaccinated against Influenza A.