COVID-19 vaccination pace picks up in Kazakh capital
17 November 2021 12:41

COVID-19 vaccination pace picks up in Kazakh capital

NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM – COVID-19 vaccination speed revs up in Nur-Sultan city, Kazinform cites the official website of the administration office of the city.

According to the city’s health office, 1,200-1,400 people are administered vaccines (against COVID-19) on average in the Kazakh capital. Over the past two days, the first shot of Pfizer vaccines has been given to almost 1,000 eligible people in Nur-Sultan.

The Health Office shared the plans to maintain vaccination momentum and carry on with the work in this direction.

Almost 460 thousand people or 64.6% of the eligible population have received the first shot of COVID-19 vaccines in the Kazakh capital. Over 711 thousand citizens of Nur-Sultan are eligible for COVID-19 vaccination.

Three COVID-19 vaccines – Russia’s Sputnik V, Kazakh QazVac, and China’s Sinofarm Verocell – are available in the city. Pregnant, breastfeeding women, and teens aged from 12 to 18 are administered Pfizer vaccine.


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