several outbreaks with more than a hundred positive elderly after having been vaccinated

The Castilla and leon meeting has declared two new outbreaks of COVID-19 located in residences in the basic health areas of You were from Renew, in the capital of León, and Astorga, in that town of León, with more than a hundred infections in residents and workers, who had already received the first dose of the vaccine.

The one that affects the center of the capital registers 66 positives for coronavirus (50 residents and 16 workers), and that of the Maragato center has 37 positives (31 residents and 6 workers), as reported by the Board on Tuesday through a statement.

Both residents and staff at both centers had been vaccinated on December 30, but, recalls the Board, the Pfizer vaccine achieves immunity about seven days after the second dose.

Therefore, the risk remains after the administration of the first dose, so the recommended safety measures must be maintained to prevent the spread of the virus.

In this sense, from the Castilla and leon meeting It insists on appealing to the individual and collective responsibility of citizens, taking the basic measures of social distance, hand hygiene, and the mandatory use of a mask to avoid the spread of the virus, regardless of having started with the first dose of the vaccine .

17 positives in Navarra

The Department of Social Rights of the Government of Navarra reports that an outbreak of 17 positive cases for Covid-19 among the residents of the senior center located in Ibañeta, in Erro, who received the first dose of the vaccine on January 5.

After screening the 55 people who reside in the center, it has been decided to transfer one of the affected people to an intermediate resource while the other 16 will remain isolated in the residence, the Regional Government reports in a statement.

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