Miami International Airport will have two vaccination points against COVID-19 inside.


The Pfizer vaccines distributed there will only be accessible to employees of the air station - some 36,000 workers - and their families, as well as citizens of the state.

Starting next May 10, Miami International Airport in Florida, United States, will have vaccines against COVID-19 to offer to travelers from the state who pass through there.

According to local media, both the Airport employees, their family, and friends, such as travelers living or working in Florida, will have access to Pfizer vaccines from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., May 10-14, June 1-4, and June 7.

The airport will have two locations in its facilities that will become temporary vaccination centers.

We are committed to making vaccinations as easy and convenient as possible for those living and working in Miami-Dade. "That's why I'm so excited that we will soon be vaccinating more than 36,000 employees in our travel industry at the airport," he said in a statement.

"Vaccination is our best way to defeat this epidemic and really bring the community back to normal, our society and our economy," he added.

In addition, the mayor said that vaccination points would be available in areas where many people gather. Last month a vaccination point ran one day in PortMiami, the city's port.

Malin, universities, key workplaces, Levine Cava, said at the event on April 28 in Port Miami. We want to bring vaccination closer to all the places where people gather.

Countywide, 56.8% of the eligible population (ages 16 and older) have received at least one shot of the COVID-19 vaccine, while 38.5% of residents are fully vaccinated, according to the latest state data from Tuesday.

This week, the governor of Florida, Ron de Santes, on Monday rejected all emergency orders issued by local authorities to deal with Covid 19 and announced that he had also signed such an order. Which will prevent new developments that could lead to business closures and relocations. Restrictions

He told a news conference in St. Petersburg (west coast of Florida) that the order would take effect on July 1. He emphasized that the decision was based on evidence.

He also noted that the repealed measures were "extraordinary" in nature and that "there is no longer any justification for the widespread availability of vaccines in Florida and they are effective," he added that immunizations are responsible for violating covid 19.