The vaccination campaign in Madrid continues. This Friday begins the self-appointment for the vaccine for young people between 25 and 29 years old. The Community already advanced the start of the self-appointment for those over 30 years old last Tuesday, before the Delta variant advance which has led to an increase in coronavirus cases among the younger population that is still unvaccinated.
Requirements and who can be vaccinated?
As of this Friday, July 9, the self-citation system is available for the population aged 25 and over, only for the administration of the first dose. In addition, the Community of Madrid has confirmed that as of Next Monday, July 12, they will be able to request the self-appointment for the COVID vaccine from 16 years old.
🤔 Are you over 25 years old?
‼ ️ On Friday we open the self-appointment to get vaccinated against COVID-19‼ ️
🤔 And for those over 16?
‼ ️ Early next week‼ ️
📲 Request your appointment 👉 https://t.co/mpApXIm1kO
– Community of Madrid (@ComunidadMadrid) July 6, 2021
How to request an appointment for the COVID vaccine?
All those who want to request an appointment, must do so through three ways:
– Virtual Health Card
– Website of the Community of Madrid
– By phone
What are the vaccination centers?
This application offers an appointment to get vaccinated at mass vaccination centers: Isabel Zendal Hospital, WiZink Center and Wanda Metropolitano Stadium. In the case of the first two, the opening hours are 24 hours a day, while in the Metropolitan Wanda it is open from 09:30 to 14:30.
In addition to the mass vaccination centers, other vaccination points are available in Madrid.
Public hospitals of the health network of the Community of Madrid
– Hospitals in Madrid capital: Hospital Gregorio Marañón, Hospital La Paz, Hospital Doce de Octubre, Hospital Ramón y Cajal, Hospital Infanta Leonor, Hospital de la Princesa, Hospital Santa Cristina, Hospital Niño Jesús, Fundación Jiménez Díaz and Central Hospital of the Red Cross.
– Alcala de Henares: Prince Felipe University Hospital
– Alcorcón: Alcorcón Foundation Hospital
– Aranjuez: Hospital del Tajo
– Arganda del Rey: Southeast Hospital
– Collado Villalba: General Hospital of Villalba
– Coslada: Hospital del Henares
– El Escorial: Hospital El Escorial
– Fuenlabrada: Fuenlabrada Hospital
– Getafe: Getafe Hospital
– Guadarrama: Guadarrama Hospital
– Leganes: Severo Ochoa Hospital
– Majadahonda: Iron Gate Hospital
– Mostoles: Hospital de Móstoles and Hospital Rey Juan Carlos.
– Parla: Infanta Cristina Hospital
– Saint Sebastian of the kings: Infanta Sofía Hospital
– Torrejón de Ardoz: Torrejón Hospital
– Valdemoro: Infanta Elena Hospital
Primary Care Centers
– Southeast Central Point: Calle de la Hacienda de Pavones, 271 (Madrid)
– Centralized Point Center: Alberto Palacios street (Madrid)
– South Centralized Point: Isabel La Católica street s / n (Leganés)
– Centralized West Point: Calle Alonso Cano, 8 (Móstoles)
– Northwest Centralized Point: Acanto street, 2 (Las Rozas de Madrid)
– Centralized East Point: Arturo Soria street, 12 (Alcalá de Henares)
– North Centralized Points: Almendralejo street, 11 (Fuente el Saz de Jarama) and Sector Oficios street, 12 (Tres Cantos)