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In Georgia, people who have been fully vaccinated against the coronavirus may receive certain benefits, including exemption from curfew, Amiran Gamkrelidze, director of the National Center for Disease Control, said after a meeting of the coordinating council, JAMnews reported.
Gamkrelidze told JAMnews the goal of this initiative is to provide more incentives for citizens to get vaccinated as soon as possible.
“Up to 4,400 people in our country have been vaccinated twice with the Pfizer vaccine. The Center for Disease Control is going to address the coordinating council next week with an initiative so that these people have appropriate benefits during the period of restrictions,” Gamkrelidze said.
“There are other initiatives, and we are working on some of them that I cannot voice in advance, so that these people and the general public are interested in a quick and complete vaccination.”
People who have been vaccinated twice already enjoy benefits in several countries, he said.
Gamkrelidze says the goal of this initiative is to provide more incentives for citizens to get vaccinated as soon as possible, JAMnews reported.