The RCTB-1899, headquarters of the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell, will be a vaccination center against Covid-19

The Club will collaborate with the vaccination strategy of the Generalitat de Catalunya and will set up a space in its facilities to be able to administer the vaccine to people with reduced mobility.

Next Friday, March 5, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., the vaccination of those residents of Barcelona to whom CatSalut has notified that they can administer the first dose will begin in the RCTB-1899 Hall. These are patients with reduced mobility who the club will help so that they do not have to travel to the Primary Care Centre and, in this way, will collaborate with a centre that is also very saturated.

In coordination with the CAP of Les Corts, who will be the one who will send the nursing professionals, these people will be able to go to the facilities where the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell is held every year to receive the vaccine, in order to provide them with a wide space, of easy access and well ventilated, to protect their health as much as possible.

All patients will access by appointment and with a fixed time. Once the vaccine is given, they will stay in the room for about 15 minutes to check that they have no adverse effects and, later, they will be able to go home. The second dose is scheduled for the week of March 26. The club staff will take care of the logistics so that everything is well coordinated.

The RCTB-1899 appreciates the trust placed in this entity by the coordinators of the CatSalut vaccination program and is at their service to help in whatever is necessary to beat the pandemic.