Spain in vaccine limbo with doses and confidence in short supply
CGTN Europe • 2m 16s
Maria Carmen, 72, is a woman currently in vaccine limbo.
She works as a psychoanalyst in Madrid and has been a victim of Spain's very particular rules on its vaccine roll-out.
In Spain, the Pfizer and Moderna jabs have been reserved for those aged over 80, while the AstraZeneca vaccine has been assigned to people under 55, leaving Carmen In the middle.
"Of course I am worried, because this directly affects me," she said. "I hope that we all get vaccinated as soon as possible."
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