Source Title: the Madrid region of Spain has suspended the first dose of vaccine for at least 15 days due to insufficient vaccine supply
Ignacio Aguado, vice president of Madrid region and spokesman of the regional government of Spain, announced at a press conference on January 27 local time that the region will suspend the first dose of new coronal vaccine in the next 15 days due to insufficient supply of new coronal vaccine.
Aguado reported that currently, the Madrid region has received 180000 doses of new crown vaccine, but due to the interruption of vaccine supply, the first dose of vaccine in the region will be suspended at least in the next 15 days, and the region will be committed to the second dose of vaccine for residents and staff in nursing homes as soon as possible. Aguado insisted that with the current supply rate of new vaccine dose in Madrid region, the region could not reach the target of 70% of the population to complete immunization by the end of June predicted by the Spanish government. (head office reporter Wei Fan)