The mass vaccination point of the Eduardo Latorre Complex closes after six months of inoculating hope

The mayor of Alcoy, Toni Francés, the mayor of Cocentaina, Mireia Estepa, and the manager of the Health department, Enrique Barbeito, has thanked the work of health professionals, municipal emergency personnel, volunteers from Civil Protection and the Red Cross.

The Eduardo Latorre Sports Complex has been for six months and two days the mass vaccination point dedicated to Alcoy and Cocentaina.

On Tuesday, September 28, it closed its doors after half a year inoculating doses of hope to get out of a pandemic that has put the planet in check.

Thousands of doses of AstraZeneca, Janssen, Moderna, and Pfizer have been injected in recent months in the Alcoy Health department, specifically, 229,453 doses in charge of a health staff that has fluctuated between 25 to 30 people between doctors, nurses, assistant nurses, documentalists, administrative assistants and orderlies.

A simple closing ceremony was held in Alcoy and Ibi to mark an end to this historic undertaking. In Alcoy, the manager of the Alcoy Health Department, Enrique Barbeito, the Mayor of Cocentaina, Mireia Estepa and the Mayor of Alcoy, Toni Francés, together with the Councilor for Public Health, Teresa Sanjuan.

All of them have thanked the health professionals for their outstanding work, along with the City Council Emergency staff, municipal brigades, Civil Protection volunteers, and the Red Cross

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