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From midnight today, in the night between Friday 19 March and Saturday 20 March 2021, they are open in Lazio reservations for the Covid vaccine from age range 71-70 years, that is, for people born in the years 1950 and 1951. Reservations can be made on the Reserve Vaccine Covid-19 site. You can choose the place of vaccination (among those available), the day, but not the time slot of the appointment, which will be provided automatically according to availability.

To date booked in the Lazio Region 243,260 people over 70 have been booked as follows: 66193 category 78-79, 57899 category 76-77, 66523 category 74-75, 52645 category 72-73.

What you need to book the Covid vaccine

To book both doses of the vaccine, it is sufficient to have a valid health card with you. You will be asked to communicate the tax code and the last 13 digits of the numerical code (EHIC) found on the back of the card. For assistance with booking or cancellations contact the number 06 164161841 active from Monday to Friday from 7.30 am to 7.30 pm, Saturday from 7.30 am to 1.00 pm.

Which vaccines have already arrived and which vaccines will arrive

As is known, there are currently three vaccines available for the vaccination campaign: Pfizer (for now the company that has sent more doses to Italy), AstraZeneca (the company that should send more doses in the second quarter of 2021) and Moderna. The Johnson & Johnson single-dose vaccine has also been approved, but the first arrivals of this vaccine are expected in April.

In general, 10 million AstraZeneca doses are expected to arrive in Italy from April to June, almost 9 million Pfizer doses plus another 6.6 million additional doses and another 9 million doses foreseen by a second contract signed by the EU (more than 20 million Pfizer doses could arrive in total), 4.6 million doses of Moderna and 7 million Johnson & Johnson doses. There are also 7 million doses of the Curevac vaccine which is in phase 3 and may soon be approved by the EMA. In total, this is over 50 million doses in Italy in the second quarter of the year.


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