Health ministry: 335,721 people so far vaccinated in Armenia against coronavirus

September 13, 2021  11:00

YEREVAN. – As of Sunday, a total of 335,721 inoculations against COVID-19 have been administered in Armenia, of which the first dose was 215,278, and the second dose—120,443, Armenian has learned Monday from the Ministry of Health.

Vaccinations against the coronavirus are carried out in Armenia on a voluntary basis; moreover, people can get these shots not only at the polyclinics of the country, but also at a number of spots in the capital Yerevan.

These inoculations are administered in Armenia with the CoronaVac—only the second dose—, AstraZeneca, Sputnik V, and Sinopharm vaccines.

These vaccinations are free of charge and intended for Armenian citizens and foreigners, alike.

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