THE VALENCIAN Community has been contacting 20-29 year-olds to offer vaccination appointments.
People in those age groups are being urged to get vaccinated amid a spike in infections and fears over how quickly the Indian variant of the virus might spread.
More than 105,000 doses will be allocated to those aged between 20-29 from Monday.
The Ministry of Health announced that from tomorrow a total of 307,615 doses will be given will be given across the Valencian region.
Health workers in the 20-29 age group were vaccinated last week and now the general population will also be invited to receive their COVID-19 jabs.
Generalitat president Ximo Puig confirmed that has begun looking into plans to vaccinate for those aged 12 – 18 years of age and is optimistic all youngsters will receive their vaccination before the end of the summer.
Almost 55% of the population in Spain has received two doses of the coronavirus vaccine.
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