Major Rīga vaccination centers to close

With decreasing demand for Covid-19 vaccines, large vaccination centers at the Atta center and Ķīpsala Hall will cease their work as of February 16, Health Minister Daniels Pavļuts said at the government meeting February 8.

The Minister stressed the importance of reorganizing the vaccination process to the primary healthcare system and moving away from 'containers and temporary points'.

Pavļuts said some local government vaccination centers would also be closed, replacing them with the organization of pop-up vaccinations in premises granted by local governments, both after a previous note and in the live line.

Currently, two pharmacy networks are contracting for the provision of vaccination in pharmacies.

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