Latvia starts COVID-19 vaccination

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The first vaccinations against COVID-19 in Latvia have been given to several employees of Pauls Stradiņš Clinical University Hospital December 28, LETA reported.

The first vaccine was given a 8:02 in the morning, according to LETA.

Jānis Vētra, one of the medical workers who has already received the vaccine, said on Twiter: "The pandemic has taken away a lot this year, and it is almost unbelievable that still in 2020 we can give a counter-reaction."



Stradiņš Hospital representative Janita Veinberga updated what was reported earlier, saying that it is planned to vaccinate 1055 employees against COVID-19 in the first three days, according to LETA.

Voluntary vaccination against COVID-19 starts Monday, 28, in ten vaccination points at Latvia's hospitals.


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