Head of the National Center for Disease Control, Amiran Gamkrelidze, says people who were infected with COVID-19 will be able to get the vaccine in less than four months.
Gamkrelidze said in response to a question from InterpressNews that it is planned to reduce the period of vaccination for people who were infected with COVID in July when there will be enough vaccines in the country.
However, he did not specify the exact number of months or weeks after which the mentioned persons will be able to get the vaccine.
Deputy Minister of Health, Tamar Gabunia, stated today, June 15, that Georgia is considered among the countries that will receive certain doses of the vaccine from the member states of the Group of Seven (G7).
Gabunia added at the end of the Coordination Council meeting that it is unknown at this stage which vaccine or how many doses Georgia will receive.
By Ana Dumbadze
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