WORLD Georgia starts vaccination campaign against COVID-19

WORLD

Georgia starts vaccination campaign against COVID-19

Xinhua

17:21, March 15, 2021

A woman receives the COVID-19 vaccine in Tbilisi, Georgia, March 15, 2021. Georgia on March 13 received its first batch of 43,200 doses of a COVID-19 vaccine via the COVAX platform. The AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccines are given to priority groups including medical workers from Monday, which marks the beginning of the nationwide vaccination campaign in Georgia, Health Minister Ekaterine Tikaradze said at a news briefing in Tbilisi. (Photo by Tamuna Kulumbegashvili)

A nurse demonstrates the COVID-19 vaccine in Tbilisi, Georgia, March 15, 2021. Georgia on March 13 received its first batch of 43,200 doses of a COVID-19 vaccine via the COVAX platform. The AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccines are given to priority groups including medical workers from Monday, which marks the beginning of the nationwide vaccination campaign in Georgia, Health Minister Ekaterine Tikaradze said at a news briefing in Tbilisi. (Photo by Tamuna Kulumbegashvili)

A man receives the COVID-19 vaccine in Tbilisi, Georgia, March 15, 2021. Georgia on March 13 received its first batch of 43,200 doses of a COVID-19 vaccine via the COVAX platform. The AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccines are given to priority groups including medical workers from Monday, which marks the beginning of the nationwide vaccination campaign in Georgia, Health Minister Ekaterine Tikaradze said at a news briefing in Tbilisi. (Photo by Tamuna Kulumbegashvili)

A man receives the COVID-19 vaccine in Tbilisi, Georgia, March 15, 2021. Georgia on March 13 received its first batch of 43,200 doses of a COVID-19 vaccine via the COVAX platform. The AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccines are given to priority groups including medical workers from Monday, which marks the beginning of the nationwide vaccination campaign in Georgia, Health Minister Ekaterine Tikaradze said at a news briefing in Tbilisi. (Photo by Tamuna Kulumbegashvili)

A nurse demonstrates the COVID-19 vaccine in Tbilisi, Georgia, March 15, 2021. Georgia on March 13 received its first batch of 43,200 doses of a COVID-19 vaccine via the COVAX platform. The AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccines are given to priority groups including medical workers from Monday, which marks the beginning of the nationwide vaccination campaign in Georgia, Health Minister Ekaterine Tikaradze said at a news briefing in Tbilisi. (Photo by Tamuna Kulumbegashvili)

A man receives the COVID-19 vaccine in Tbilisi, Georgia, March 15, 2021. Georgia on March 13 received its first batch of 43,200 doses of a COVID-19 vaccine via the COVAX platform. The AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccines are given to priority groups including medical workers from Monday, which marks the beginning of the nationwide vaccination campaign in Georgia, Health Minister Ekaterine Tikaradze said at a news briefing in Tbilisi. (Photo by Tamuna Kulumbegashvili)

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