Ayia Napa municipality on Monday said a walk-in centre will operate in the area again later this week following last week’s successful run.
In collaboration with the health ministry, mayor Christos Zannettos had arranged for the opening of a walk-in vaccination centre to serve the area last Thursday July 29, an announcement said.
As the centre proved very popular, the municipality said one will reopen this Thursday August 5 at Ayia Napa central square, next to the Panayia Ayia Napa church.
The centre will administer Pfizer shots to Ayia Napa residents and others, and will operate from 8.30 in the morning to 2 in the afternoon.
Those interested in getting a shot must bring identification, a yellow card or passport.
The centre will be open to everyone, regardless of whether they are registered in the national health scheme (Gesy) or not.
Last Wednesday, the health ministry announced that vaccinations for non-Gesy residents will now be available every Friday at walk-in centres islandwide from Friday August 6.