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Vaccination Schedule Revealed, Following Lottery

This morning, the authorities conducted a lottery to determine the order of vaccinations for residents yet to be inoculated against COVID-19. Men born in 1979 will be first; women born in 1985 last. Some 120,000-150,000 doses will be administered in the next 20 days.

Men born in 1979 first, women in 1985 last

This morning, Ragnheiður Ósk Erlendsdóttir – Head of Nursing at the Capital Area Healthcare Centre – oversaw a vaccination lottery at the Centres’ headquarters in Reykjavík. With the aid of two colleagues, Ragnheiður drew birth years out of a pot to determine the order of vaccinations among residents born between the years 1975 and 2005 and who have yet to be inoculated against COVID-19.

The pot contained 54 slips of paper, or a total of 27 birth years (pink for women, blue for men). As noted by Ragnheiður, there are approximately 1,000 individuals from each birth year that have yet to be vaccinated.

The results of the lottery were as follows:

Next week (June 7 to June 11)
1979 Men
1984 Women
1993 men
1978 women
1992 men
1998 women
1983 men
1986 women
1984 men
2000 women
2003 men
1981 women
1977 men
1980 women
1997 men
2004 women
1985 men
1988 women

Week 24 (June 14 to June 18)
1976 men
1977 women
2000 men
2001 women
1988 men
2002 women
1986 men
1993 women
1994 men
1976 women
2002 men
1979 women
1981 men
1997 women
2001 men
2003 women
1996 men
1992 women

Week 25 (June 20 to June 24):
1982 men
1989 women
1991 men
1987 women
1989 men
1994 women
1980 men
1990 women
1998 men
1995 women
2004 men
1999 women
1995 men
1991 women
1990 men
1985 women
2005 men and women

As it stands

As noted by Iceland Review yesterday, 49.9% of residents in Iceland have already received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine while 26.7% are fully vaccinated. Icelandic authorities are currently in the final stages of vaccinating priority groups against COVID-19, including school staff, and began randomised vaccination of the general population this week.

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