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Georgia hoping to receive Novavax, Johnson & Johnson vaccines in summer

Georgian Deputy Health Minister Tamar Gabunia has stated that Georgia is in communication with Johnson & Johnson and Novavax to receive vaccines in summer.

Gabunia said earlier today that Georgia hopes to receive both of the vaccines via the Covax platform.

Meanwhile, those who have received their first AstraZeneca shots in March and April will receive their second doses from May 10. 

Moreover, Georgia has started Sinopharm vaccination yesterday. 

Georgian government officials and members of parliament will be vaccinated against the coronavirus this week.

Interior Minister Vakhtang Gomelauri has also received his Sinopharm vaccine earlier today:

The country may also start Sinovac vaccination before it receive the authorisation from the World Health Organisation as well. 

The country is expecting one million doses of Pfizer vaccines in the summer. 

As of now Georgia has received the Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Sinopharm and Sinovac vaccines. Registration for vaccination is available at booking.moh.gov.ge

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