Vaccines, electronic registers and cards in 21 countries
Vaccination campaigns against Kovid-19 have begun in all European countries, but difficulties are lacking: not only are there problems in the supply of vaccines, but also problems finding needles and syringes. However, most countries have activated Internet portals to monitor national immunization campaigns, 21 have established electronic registers and four electronic cards. Updated on 29 January is a survey published by the European Center for Disease Control (ACDEC) to take stock of the situation. Several countries (Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Luxembourg, Latvia, Malta, Holland, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain and Sweden) are in Phase I of the vaccination campaign, while Finland, Hungary, Ireland, Norway And Slovenia is in Phase 2, and only Slovakia is in Phase 3.
To address the shortfall due to delivery delays, many are considering postponing the second dose and resuming the campaign. Ireland extended the second dose interval of the Pfizer vaccine to 21 to 28 days and the Netherlands to 42 days. Denmark, France, Iceland and Luxembourg, Spain and Portugal are yet to decide. According to the dose delivered, Lithuania ranks first with 100%, followed by Iceland (92.7%), Poland (87.3%), Spain (848%), Slovenia (83.5%) and Italy (76.1%). ) Belongs to. In the table published by the ECDC, however, there are no figures for Germany, France and the United Kingdom. Other difficulties that have occurred include the lack of special syringes (reduced dead space) and needles, communication problems, and misinformation. On the other hand, a point at which all countries are monitoring well: out of 28 countries, 21 have activated nationally available electronic registers, for five (France, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg and Slovakia) HOC is an electronic system, four (Croatia, Estonia, Germany, Portugal) use specific electronic cards, while one country records vaccination manually.
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