The Regional Ministry of Health and Consumer Affairs will be setting up the COVID-19 vaccination bus at the Consell antiques and second-hand flea market, which is held every Sunday in the town’s industrial estate.
The vacubús will be operational on Sunday, February 6th. People who have not yet been vaccinated will be able to receive the first dose without making an appointment. And from now on, people who have not yet received the third dose will also be able to go to the vacubús without an appointment.
The aim of the Health Department is to increase the vaccination rate among the population and to make it easier for citizens to receive the vaccine.
The bus will be staffed by a nurse and an auxiliary nursing care technician from Mallorca Primary Care and a service assistant from GSAIB, who will vaccinate between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm.
A total of 4,886 vaccinations against COVID-19 have already been administered in the vacubús since it was put into operation. The bus has already been installed in Palma’s Intermodal Station, in Inca during Dijous Bo, in the FAN Mallorca shopping centre on two occasions, in the Mercadona in Son Caliu, in Palma’s Plaza de España during the Christmas holidays, and in the car park of the Eroski supermarket in Manacor and Sa Pobla.