Covid vaccination centres coming to shopping malls in July

  •  The Georgian government is also going to gradually replace the mandatory testing regimen with the vaccination process, which means that fully vaccinated individuals will no longer need to undergo mandatory PCR testing. Photo: The Ministry of Health of Adjara.

Agenda.ge, 15 Jun 2021 - 14:29, Tbilisi,Georgia

Covid-19 vaccination centres will be set up in shopping malls starting July, Deputy Health Minister Tamar Gabunia announced earlier today.

Gabunia also noted that mass Covid-19 immunisation will start throughout Georgia in July, when the country will receive additional doses of various vaccines.

Mass Covid vaccination sites will be set up and additional brigades will be added to the existing 200 brigades in the future. The Health Ministry has already started negotiations with shopping malls, where large-scale immunization sites will be set up starting July”, said Gabunia.

Deputy Health Minister Tamar Gabunia also said that the ministry is going to offer incentives to fully vaccinated citizens, though she didn’t mention details about the package.

  • Corporate responsibility and encouraging employees to get involved in the vaccination process are very important. The Georgian government is also going to gradually replace the mandatory testing regimen with the vaccination process, which means that fully vaccinated individuals will no longer need to undergo mandatory PCR testing”, said Gabunia.
  • Mass Covid-19 immunisation to start in Georgia in July

Georgia will start importing different types of Covid-19 vaccines in July. By the end of 2021, there will be over 3.6 million doses of vaccines in the country.

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