Lyashko: 30,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine received by Ukrainian doctors

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Ukraine has received 30,000 doses of influenza vaccine for medical workers as humanitarian aid. The state also purchased 180,000 doses of influenza vaccine to vaccinate people at risk.

This was stated during a briefing by Health Minister Viktor Liashko, UA reports.

According to him, in addition to vaccination against COVID-19, vaccination against influenza is underway.

“Ukraine received 30,000 doses of influenza vaccine free of charge among medical workers. These vaccines followed the mechanism of PIVI. These are Korean-made vaccines. They have already been delivered to the regions on November 17-19” – the minister said.

More than 180,000 doses of influenza vaccine produced in France and the Netherlands were also purchased at state expense. They will be used to vaccinate people at risk, namely: medical workers, people over 60, the military, educators, etc.

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