We continue intensive negotiations with vaccine manufacturers and partner countries to mobilize additional doses of the Covid-19 vaccine as soon as possible,” the Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Garibashvili posted on Facebook.
Garibashvili informed he discussed the delivery of additional million doses of the vaccine during a telephone conversation with Pfizer’s Supervisory Board Chairman and CEO Albert Bourla.
“We discussed the logistical and technical readiness to receive additional Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine doses in Georgia, including the ultra-cold chain system, as well as the vaccination process. I mentioned that the Pfizer vaccine is highly reliable in Georgia.
We focused on the National Vaccination Plan to vaccinate 60% population by the end of the year and the need for appropriate vaccine doses.
I thank the Pfizer Chairman and CEO for cooperation, and I believe that our country will receive additional doses of Pfizer as soon as possible following the ongoing negotiations,” PM wrote.