Whereabouts are you based, Ingleby? I think golf is closed down across Europe, still?
No. I worked in the I.T. industry in the UK before coming out here in 2004. Did various bits and pieces here, including us running a golf shop with some friends for a few years. Now I am officially retired on a private pension.Are you a Teacher here in Spain than Spanishman? I have private medical insurance here, as I generally spend time working elsewhere, although I've had to apply for Resedencia & get a Spanish Social Security to go with my NEI due to Brexit & now having to obtain work permits to work in Europe if you're working out of a UK base?
The reason I posted this was because I think there is some debate about where teachers should be in the priority list in the UK.Just read an article saying that teachers are a priority group for vaccines in my province (Almería).
The AstraZeneca vaccine is only being given to younger people here (up to the age of 55). So younger teachers are getting done first. They are looking at plans to see how they can prioritise older teachers once the flow of other vaccines increases.
I could have sworn that in February they were saying it was going to increase in March. I'll believe when I see it.Here is some info about vaccine rollout from the Spanish national website. It was published last night. With data up to 16 March 2021.
We seem to be receiving around 1 million or so vaccines each week at the moment. Apparently this is expected to increase from April onwards.
This info includes the latest set of deliveries that arrive early in the week. The usage figures then go up throughout the week.
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It has now. It started at less than 1/2 million doses arriving a week. This week it was over a million.I could have sworn that in February they were saying it was going to increase in March. I'll believe when I see it.