Pre-registration for COVID-19 vaccination for young adults aged 18 to 49 who are subject to priority vaccinations set by local governments, such as courier drivers and environmental sanitation agencies, will be held for four days starting the day after the 3rd.
The number of priority vaccination recipients selected by the local government is 2 million nationwide.
It is intended for public transportation workers, delivery drivers, environmental sanitation workers, call center workers, and other essential workers;
In order to prevent crowding of reservations, the day after tomorrow is reserved for those in the metropolitan area, and on the 4th, non-metropolitan reservations are made, and on the 5th, reservations can be made regardless of location.
The vaccination period is from the 17th to the 11th of the next month and you will receive the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.
From the 5th, advance reservations will start for about 290,000 people, including those with developmental disabilities who have difficulty complying with quarantine rules, people with high risk of severe exacerbation, and users of vocational rehabilitation facilities.
Seniors over the age of 60 who have not received the vaccine due to cancellation or change of reservations in the first half of the year can also be vaccinated in August.
60-74 years old make a reservation from tomorrow (the 2nd) to the 31st, and receive AstraZeneca at the public health center from the 5th to the 3rd of the next month.
People 75 and older can book an appointment at any immunization center and get the Pfizer vaccine.
The general public between the ages of 18-49 will start pre-booking for 10 sub-systems from the 9th next week.