Latvia Donates Another Batch of Vaccines to Moldova

Latvia Donates Another Batch of Vaccines to Moldova
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09 August 2021 | 14:38

Moldova received another batch of 30,000 doses of vaccine against COVID-19 type AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria). The doses have been provided free of charge by Latvia and are to be distributed proportionally in all vaccination centers in the country, announced the Ministry of Health.

“It is another gesture of solidarity towards the citizens of Moldova and proof that only together, through joint efforts, we can stop the COVID-19 pandemic. This batch will complete the stock of vaccines against COVID-19 and will actively contribute to the intensification of the vaccination process. We urge all citizens to comply with the protection measures and vaccinate to protect themselves from this virus. Vaccines, present in our country, are safe and effective,” said the former Secretary of State of the Ministry of Health, Denis Cernelea.

The vaccination campaign against COVID-19 in Moldova started on March 2, after on February 27, in Chișinău arrived over 21,000 doses of vaccine, donated by Romania through the Civil Protection Mechanism to the European Union.

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