Georgia receives 83,070 doses of Pfizer from Latvia

Georgia started vaccination against the coronavirus in id-March after the country received the first batch of the AstraZeneca vaccine. Photo: Shot from vaccination website, 16 Oct 2021 - 16:35, Tbilisi,Georgia

The government of Latvia has donated a total of 83,070 doses of the Pfizer vaccine to Georgia.

As of now, 322,903 doses of the Pfizer vaccine are available in Georgia. Those, willing to get vaccinated, should visit the health ministry website and choose the vaccine they prefer and are eligible for.

Other vaccines available in Georgia include:

  • Sinovac
  • Sinopharm
  • AsraZeneca

However, Pfizer is the only vaccine which is available for individuals starting 16 years of age and olderMeanwhile, Georgian citizens over the age of 50, individuals with chronic diseases and high-risk groups will be given a third dose (booster shot) of the Covid-19 vaccine as well.

State and health officials keep on calling the citizens to wear face masks, maintain social distance, wash hands and get vaccinated amid the increasing number of the new cases of Covid-19, which has reached 5,076 over the last 24 hours in Georgia.