As part of the implementation of the Vaccination Program for COVID-19, the Ministry of Health announces the opening of the Vaccination Center for COVID-10, located at the Lakatamia Health Center. The Vaccination Center will be operational from Tuesday, January 19, 2021, and will be open every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday .
During the first six days of its operation, 420 vaccines will be made available to the public , which will be administered to citizens belonging to the population group that is currently being vaccinated, ie people aged 80 and over.
Appointments for the Lakatamia Vaccination Center will be available at the Vaccination Portal for COVID-19 from tomorrow, January 15, 2021, from 6 am. The Vaccination Portal will remain open until all scheduled appointments are completed for the dates 19, 20, 21, 26, 27 and 28 January 2021.
It is noted that from Monday, January 18, 2021, the available appointments will also apply to the Lakatamia Vaccination Center.
When it comes to making an appointment, the following are reminded:
- Only members of the target group will have the right to arrange an appointment and in this case will be people aged 80 and over.
- The arrangement of the appointment is made through the Beneficiary Portal of GESS by the person himself or his representative.
- For the support of the citizens, two Call Centers operate as follows:
- For information regarding the Vaccination Program and the vaccine, citizens can call the 1474 call center.
- For technical information regarding their access to the Gesy Beneficiary Portal, as well as the procedure for arranging a vaccination appointment, they will be able to call 17000.
In case, despite the above, the citizen continues to face difficulties for arranging the appointment, he will be able to contact the call center 1474, for arranging their appointment.
The software also provides the ability to arrange appointments for beneficiaries by their Personal Physicians (PI) and / or their support staff.
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