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- Vaccinations for people aged between 70 and 79 have not started yet. People under 70 years old, who belong to medical risk groups will be given Astra Zeneca vaccine and the national policy line is that people aged over 70 will not be given this vaccine.
- Vaccinations will begin when a vaccine suitable for this age group and for extensive vaccination of the population becomes available in Turku.
- If you are a customer of the City of Turku home care, your vaccination will be arranged through your home care. You will be contacted from within your home care area and you will be given instructions on vaccinations. Vaccinations in City of Turku home care are currently ongoing.
- If your close one aged between 70 and 79 is a resident of City of Turku housing services for the elderly, they will be vaccinated in their own care unit. The first vaccination round in City of Turku care units and private care units has been completed. The second dose will be given 12 weeks after the first dose.
- People aged over 70, customers of home care and residents of care units will receive either Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine or Moderna vaccine. These vaccines are intended for the elderly.
- People aged over 70 and family caregivers living in the same household or the spouse of the elderly person can be vaccinated at the same time.
When will I be considered to belong to the age group of people over 70?
Your age group is determined on the basis of the day – not year – you were born. For instance, on the day you turn 70 you will belong to the age group of people over 70. The booster dose will always be the same type of vaccine that was used for the first dose.