Georgia to continue the vaccination process with AstraZeneca

Georgia will continue the vaccination process with AstraZeneca. The decision was made by a group of experts after a meeting at the Ministry of Health.

"We have recently learned from a strict European regulator that AstraZeneca has been recognized as a safe vaccine that has far more benefits than the risk, which doesn't give any country a reason to stop using the AstraZeneca vaccine. The council made a joint decision that the vaccination process in Georgia will continue with AstraZeneca unhindered", - Health Minister Ekaterine Tikaradze said at a briefing after the meeting.

The group started discussing the issue after a 27-year-old nurse developed anaphylactic shock after getting Astrazeneca vaccine at the Imedi Clinic in Akhaltsikhe. As it is known, her health condition is serious.

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