Team Europe: Slovakia donates over 60,000 doses of Moderna vaccines to Armenia

Team Europe: Slovakia donates over 60,000 doses of Moderna vaccines to Armenia

November 10, 2021

On 9 November, 60,700 doses of Moderna vaccines were delivered to Armenia. The donation was made by the Slovak Republic through the EU Civil Protection Mechanism.

“As part of Team Europe, Slovakia is very happy to provide a donation of Moderna vaccine to Armenia. Getting vaccinated is the best way to protect yourself and all the others at the time of the pandemic. We hope this will help the Armenian government accelerate the vaccination campaign,” said the Ambassador of the Slovak Republic to Armenia, Miroslav Hacek.

According to statistics, only 7.1% of Armenian population are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

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