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Portugal launches simulator to predict when citizens can be vaccinated

Christian Fernsby |
The Portuguese Government has launched an online simulator that allows citizens to know when they will be vaccinated against Covid-19.

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Topics: PORTUGAL   

The online form consists of questions such as the year of birth, what your professional activity is and if you suffer from any medical conditions.

The simulator makes a prediction of when you will be vaccinated, which is NOT a confirmed schedule. As explained by the Directorate-General for Health, “information is merely indicative”, and warns that “there may be differences from the result of this simulator”.

The first phase of vaccinations carried out by the National Health Service (SNS) will run until the end of March 2021, with the arrival of 1.2 million doses of a vaccine. The vaccine is optional, free and universal.

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