Vaccination centers to gradually close in Latvia

By mid-March, vaccination centers in Latvia will close gradually, according to National Health Center (NVD) information February 15.

On February 15, the large vaccination centers in Rīga – Ķīpsala and ATTA center – close their doors.

By the end of February, vaccination centers will close in Olaine, Līvāni (February 12); Bauska (February 15); Salaspils (February 17); Aizkraukle (February 19); Valmiera (February 20); Balvi, (February 26); Daugavpls, Jēkabpils, and Liepāja (February 28).

Shopping center vaccination points will also close. In Rīga, vaccination points in malls will close on these dates:

  • Dole, SĀGA, Galleria Rīga (February 21);
  • Origo, Imanta market (February 26);
  • Domina, Rīga Plaza (February 27);
  • Galerija Centrs (February 28);
  • Alfa (March 5);
  • Akropole (March 7).

In regions, the mall vaccination centers will close on the following dates: Lielie logi in Liepāja and Ogres Prestižs in Ogre on February 15; XL Sala in Liepāja on February 22; Aveņu centrs and Maxima Strādnieku in Daugavpils on February 22; Solo in Cēsis on February 28.

Pop-up vaccination in the regions will continue. Family doctors and medical establishments will still provide vaccination against Covid-19.


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