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Madrid resumes the AstraZeneca vaccine for essential workers up to 65 years

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Madrid, Mar 24 (EFE) .- (Camera: Juan Yagüe) .- Spain resumes vaccination with AstraZeneca this Wednesday and do so by incorporating the group of essential workers aged between 55 and 65 years, after the agreement reached in the Interterritorial Council of the National Health System.In Madrid from this Wednesday, AstraZeneca will be administered again at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium and at the Nurse Isabel Zendal Emergency Hospital for priority groups, such as teachers and police, and extending the age from 55 to 65 years.FOOTAGE OF PEOPLE WAITING TO GET VACCINATED IN MADRID

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