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Spain begins vaccinating 30,000 homeless people

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The homeless have been one of the groups most exposed to the virus in Spain, with limited access to face masks and hygiene. Vaccinating them has posed many challenges for health authorities. The Janssen vaccine which requires only one shot has made things easier.

Added on the 24/05/2021 09:47:39 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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