Public platform for Covid-19 vaccination registration to open in Greece after mid-January

Public platform for Covid-19 vaccination registration to open in Greece after mid-JanuaryThe Greek government launched to encourage people to volunteer for random testing for demographic infection data

A platform for the public’s registration to be vaccinated against Covid-19,, will begin operation in the second half of January 2021, the government explained on Wednesday, according to ANA.

As of January, citizens with an online-confirmed appointment will go to specified vaccination centers where their temperature will be taken.

Then a doctor will take down their medical history and decide if the process may go ahead. Vaccination will take place once citizens are registered at the center and sign a release form agreeing to the vaccination. 

The entire process is expected to take between 10 and 15 minutes, then vaccinated people will wait in a designated area for roughly 15 minutes to be checked for possible reactions, a routine step.

Once the process is over, a certificate of vaccination will be issued and the public may make another appointment online for the second dose of the vaccine, the government announced.

A total of 7,000 people will be vaccinated by January 10, including Greek state leaders, ministers, leaders of the Armed Forces, and heads of safety and security organizations such as the chief of the Fire Brigade and the Police.

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