From today, Calderón Guardia will apply vaccines to people over 30 years of age

(CRHoy.com) Starting at 7:00 am this Wednesday, the Calderón Guardia Hospital vaccinate against COVID-19 to people over 30 years of age, anywhere in the country.

The five vaccination centers will be located in the parking lot of the International University of the Americas (UIA) located adjacent to this medical center.

The Costa Rican Social Security Fund (CCSS) reported that they hope to place a thousand doses per day, for which they will deliver tokens. The goal is to apply 6,000 vaccines per week, for a total of 18,000 in the next 22 days.

In an additional space in the external parking an autovac will work, so that people receive their dose from their vehicle. Those in charge made the clarification that this service will not vaccinate people in minibuses, buses or mass transit vehicles.

The assistants must carry their identity document, keep your distance in line, use a mask both outside and inside the facilities, and apply sneeze and cough protocols.

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