The operation of the space has been in the hands of the Castellón Auditori and Tragsa staff, while the management, distribution and coordination of doses and vaccines has been in charge of the Castellón Public Health Center. The vaccination point has had the collaboration of the Castelló City Council, municipal firefighters, Civil Protection and the Red Cross.
The activity has been carried out uninterruptedly for 24 weeks, with the busiest being from 23 to 27 August, with more than 22,000 people by appointment.. In these months, the health emergency services have assisted 460 people, mainly due to anxiety, dizziness or some type of allergic reaction.
Definitely, This space has been the largest of those enabled in the entire province to administer the coronavirus vaccine. The vaccinations from Benicàssim, Vila-real, Burriana, Almassora or the Vall d’Uixó have already closed after thousands of people of all ages have passed through these facilities and have received more than 460,000 doses of the four vaccines that have been injected in the Valencian community: AstraZeneca, Janssen, Pfizer and Modern. Now vaccination against coronavirus moves to health centers.