The second bus also stands out directly due to its design. It likewise has two vaccination bays that can be used in parallel and an area for vaccine storage.
"The incidences are rising, we are in the fourth wave. Vaccination is central to fighting the pandemic. It protects individually and all of us as a community. That's why we are grateful to have a second vehicle to expand mobile vaccination services," says Mayor Katja Dörner.
Crisis teams cooperate closely
SWB Managing Director Marco Westphal adds, "The city and the municipal utility have been working together very well in the pandemic for a year and a half, our crisis teams are in regular contact, which is why we can react quickly if necessary."
"We immunize up to 150 people a day in the vaccination bus; sometimes there are even more. We can now double this offer. I hope that the mobile vaccination services will continue to be as well received as they have been so far," says Dr. Susanne Engels, head of the city's public health department.
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