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Coronavirus: Extended hours for walk-in vaccination centres

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Walk-in vaccination centres will work extended hours as of next week, the health ministry said on Friday.

The move was decided in a bid to boost vaccination coverage amid a recent worsening of all epidemiological factors, which have alarmed officials.

As of Monday November 22, many walk-in vaccination centres across the island will be open from 8am to 6pm on weekdays (Monday-Friday) and from 8am to 1pm on Saturdays.  Some smaller centres will operate only until 3.00pm.

The following centres will operate from 8am to 3pm on weekdays:

Nicosia:

  1. State Fair A, B, C, D
  2. Latsia Health Centre

Limassol:

  1. “Spyros Kyprianou” Sports Centre A, B, C, D
  2. Linopetra Health Centre
  3. Troodos Hospital, Kyperounda

Larnaca:

Larnaca Port A, B, C, D

Famagusta:

General Hospital

Paphos:

General Hospital

 

The following will continue to operate from 3pm to 6pm:

Nicosia:

State Fair A, B, C, D

Limassol:

“Spyros Kyprianou” Sports Centre A, B, C, D

Larnaca:

Larnaca Port A, B, C, D

Famagusta:

General Hospital

Paphos:

General Hospital

Eligible for vaccination are members of the public from age 12 and older receiving their first or second dose of the vaccine, those 40 and older due to receive their booster shot (as long as six months have passed from their second dose).

Also eligible are members of vulnerable groups, health professionals and nursing home workers.

People must carry identification documents such as an ID card or passport, and their vaccination card if they are receiving their second or third dose.

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