Registration for the second dose of the ‘Pfizer’ COVID vaccine was opened in Georgia today, the National Center for Disease Control and Public Health announced.
The Center noted that vaccinated persons will be able to get the second dose only in the medical institutions where the first dose was given. They will receive a notification regarding registration, the NCDC said.
“Today, from 16:00, citizens have the opportunity to register to receive the 2nd dose of COVID 19 vaccine.
For the attention of citizens:
1. To make a reservation please visit booking.moh.gov.ge or call 1522;
2. Citizens can book a place to get the second dose of Pfizer, for which you must have been vaccinated with 1 dose;
3. It is necessary to make a reservation in the same clinic where you first got vaccinated;
4. It is necessary to make a reservation 21-23 days after the first vaccination and do not register until the 20-day interval expires.
5. Please save the booking code, as it will be used in the near future to activate the Covid-19 Passport mobile application,” the Center announced.
Regarding the ‘AstraZeneca’ vaccine, Deputy Minister of Health Tamar Gabunia stated that the period of 8 weeks has not passed yet since the beginning of vaccination with ‘AstraZeneca,’ “so May 15 is the date when, if we agree on an 8-week period, second doses will be used and the Center for Disease Control will release the relevant information.”
Georgia’s total case tally reached 293 321, among them, 279 831 people recovered and 3 916 died. Presently, the number of vaccinated people stands at 26 427.
By Ana Dumbadze