Spanish Prime Minister Sanchez recently announced that Spain will be the first country to release a complete coronavirus vaccination plan with Germany, which is expected to be released at a cabinet meeting on November 24 local time.
Sanchez said that Spain signed an agreement with the European Union on the coronavirus vaccine, and the country will be allocated 10% of the doses obtained by the European Union.
Nationwide, 13,000 vaccination sites will be established, and a unified vaccination plan will be adopted nationwide to ensure that all priority groups can be the first vaccinated. Spain expects to start vaccination in early 2021.
At the same time, the country will add up to 10,000 jobs in the medical field to further strengthen the health system.