11,000 vaccines to be distributed to private health centres in Comunidad Valenciana

Vaccines from Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca will be used to vaccinate first and second line personnel.

Photo: Generalitat Valenciana

Monday 8th February 2021 | MIKE SMITH

The regional Ministry of Health has confirmed that it will be distributing a total of 11,000 doses of the coronavirus vaccine to private health centres throughout the Comunidad Valenciana.

The doses will consist of 3,000 Pfizer vaccines, which will be used to vaccinate mutuals and occupational risk prevention services since it is the staff who will administer the doses to the rest of the private sector health workers.

In addition, 3,600 Moderna vaccines have been distributed to front-line personnel in hospitals and private health centres, whilst 4,320 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine have been allocated to second-line healthcare personnel in private health centres.

The doses will be distributed as follows:

Province de Castellón

  • Vithas Castellón (Castelló de La Plana)
  • Hospital Unión Mutuas ITUM (Castelló de La Plana)

Province de Valencia

  • Clínica Fontana (València)
  • Hospital Imske (València)
  • Quirón València, Hospital Intermutual de Levante (San Antonio de Benagéber)
  • Hospital Vithas 9 d’Octubre (València)
  • Hospital Vithas Aguas Vivas (Carcaixent)
  • Hospital Casa de Salud (València)
  • Hospital Vithas Consuelo (València)
  • IMED Gandia
  • IMED Valencia (Burjassot)

Province de Alicante

  • Hospital Clínica Benidorm
  • Clínica Vistahermosa HLA (Alicante)
  • Hospital Quironsalud Torrevieja
  • IMED Levante-Benidorm
  • IMED Elche
  • Vithas Alicante
  • IVI Alicante
  • Hospital San Carlos (Grupo HLA) (Dénia)

Information Source
Press Release: Generalitat Valenciana


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