In recent days, people have kept talking about the Covid-19 vaccines and its implementation plan in our country. Without a doubt, this vaccination plan is illuminating our lives, although the return to normality will not be immediate.
The vaccines will be administered free of charge in Europe according to an order of criteria. The government has divided the population into different vaccination groups in order to provide the first doses to those who need them most.
After learning all this, it is normal for many of us to wonder when should we get vaccinated? The Omni Calculator website has the answer.
You can enter your circumstances there, such as your age or profession, and the website calculates for you the number of people in front of you in the vaccine queue and the estimated time within which you might be called in for the vaccination. .
What are the different vaccination groups?
The Covid-19 vaccination strategy is divided into four different stages. The priority vaccination groups are:
- Residents and staff of centers for the elderly
- Health and social health personnel (front line and others)
- Large non-institutionalized dependents
- People over 80
To answer any questions about the vaccination plan or the different types of vaccines, it is recommended to visit the official website of the Spanish government.
How do I k now when to be vaccinated or vaccinated?
Using the online calculator designed by the Omni site, you can calculate the estimated time you will need to wait for your dose.
On the left side of the web, you’ll see a series of questions for you to answer. These questions refer to your situation, such as your age, the autonomous community in which you live, your state of health or your profession (whether you are a health worker or a health social worker or not).
Using this data, the calculator will tell you the number of people in front of you online and the estimated date when you should get the vaccine.
Obviously, the estimate can change as the plan is implemented. In my case, the online calculator made its calculations based on the fact that the government estimates that it administers around 42,553 weekly doses of vaccines in Aragon. If the number changes, my waitlist will change as well.
You may also want to know more about the Covid tracking app: Covid Radar.