According to Amiran Gamkrelidze, more than 3.2 million doses of coronavirus vaccine will be delivered in Georgia from July to October

According to the head of the National Center for Disease Control, Amiran Gamkrelidze, more than 3 million 200 thousand doses of coronavirus vaccine will be delivered to the country from July to October.

As Gamkrelidze notes, there is a global shortage of vaccines.

"As you know, there is a global shortage of vaccines. So far, the country has received 315 thousand doses of the vaccine, which is being administered. July-August-September-October has already been approved, there is a very high degree confirmation that more than 3 million 200 thousand doses of vaccine will be delivered," - said Gamkrelidze.

Amiran Gamkrelidze also spoke about the statement of Senator Jeanne Shaheen, according to which the United States will deliver coronavirus vaccines to Georgia. Gamkrelidze does not specify which vaccine the United States will provide to Georgia, but adds: "most likely, we will receive several tens of thousands of doses of one of the American-made vaccines, it will be in the summer."

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