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MASS VACCINATION CONTINUES - Albanians queuing in front of tents in Tirana’s main square to receive a dose of Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine. Albania received last week a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the above 70 age group. Since it started its vaccination program in January, Albania has managed to administer the first dose to only 2,2% of its population (mostly medical staff, teachers, and the most vulnerable over 80ies) as supplies of EMA approved vaccines the country was planning to use came in far smaller numbers. To advance its vaccination program Albania signed a contract for 1 million doses of the Sinovac vaccine with a Turkish supplier and it received almost 20% of the order already, allowing it to start large-scale vaccination of the elderly.
Category: Shendetesi-Mjekesi
Monday, 05 April 2021


Empty chairs placed in Skanderbeg Square, for the elderly who will receive the dose of Chinese vaccine 'Sinovac', which is available to all senior citizens, from the age of 70 years and up. The vaccination queue has decreased as Albania has received a large number of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey and has obtained 20% of the vaccines, out of the 1 million doses expected to arrive.
Category: Shendetesi-Mjekesi
Monday, 05 April 2021


Albanians queuing in front of tents in Tirana’s main square to receive a dose of Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine. Albania received last week a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the above 70 age group. Since it started its vaccination program in January, Albania has managed to administer the first dose to only 2,2% of its population (mostly medical staff, teachers, and the most vulnerable over 80ies) as supplies of EMA approved vaccines the country was planning to use came in far smaller numbers. To advance its vaccination program Albania signed a contract for 1 million doses of the Sinovac vaccine with a Turkish supplier and it received almost 20% of the order already, allowing it to start large-scale vaccination of the elderly.
Category: Te Ndryshme
Monday, 05 April 2021


Albanians queuing in front of tents in Tirana’s main square to receive a dose of Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine. Albania received last week a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the above 70 age group. Since it started its vaccination program in January, Albania has managed to administer the first dose to only 2,2% of its population (mostly medical staff, teachers, and the most vulnerable over 80ies) as supplies of EMA approved vaccines the country was planning to use came in far smaller numbers. To advance its vaccination program Albania signed a contract for 1 million doses of the Sinovac vaccine with a Turkish supplier and it received almost 20% of the order already, allowing it to start large-scale vaccination of the elderly.
Category: Te Ndryshme
Monday, 05 April 2021


Albanians queuing in front of tents in Tirana’s main square to receive a dose of Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine. Albania received last week a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the above 70 age group. Since it started its vaccination program in January, Albania has managed to administer the first dose to only 2,2% of its population (mostly medical staff, teachers, and the most vulnerable over 80ies) as supplies of EMA approved vaccines the country was planning to use came in far smaller numbers. To advance its vaccination program Albania signed a contract for 1 million doses of the Sinovac vaccine with a Turkish supplier and it received almost 20% of the order already, allowing it to start large-scale vaccination of the elderly.
Category: Shendetesi-Mjekesi
Monday, 05 April 2021


Albanians queuing in front of tents in Tirana’s main square to receive a dose of Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine. Albania received last week a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the above 70 age group. Since it started its vaccination program in January, Albania has managed to administer the first dose to only 2,2% of its population (mostly medical staff, teachers, and the most vulnerable over 80ies) as supplies of EMA approved vaccines the country was planning to use came in far smaller numbers. To advance its vaccination program Albania signed a contract for 1 million doses of the Sinovac vaccine with a Turkish supplier and it received almost 20% of the order already, allowing it to start large-scale vaccination of the elderly.
Category: Te Ndryshme
Monday, 05 April 2021


Albanians queuing in front of tents in Tirana’s main square to receive a dose of Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine. Albania received last week a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the above 70 age group. Since it started its vaccination program in January, Albania has managed to administer the first dose to only 2,2% of its population (mostly medical staff, teachers, and the most vulnerable over 80ies) as supplies of EMA approved vaccines the country was planning to use came in far smaller numbers. To advance its vaccination program Albania signed a contract for 1 million doses of the Sinovac vaccine with a Turkish supplier and it received almost 20% of the order already, allowing it to start large-scale vaccination of the elderly.
Category: Te Ndryshme
Monday, 05 April 2021


Albanians queuing in front of tents in Tirana’s main square to receive a dose of Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine. Albania received last week a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the above 70 age group. Since it started its vaccination program in January, Albania has managed to administer the first dose to only 2,2% of its population (mostly medical staff, teachers, and the most vulnerable over 80ies) as supplies of EMA approved vaccines the country was planning to use came in far smaller numbers. To advance its vaccination program Albania signed a contract for 1 million doses of the Sinovac vaccine with a Turkish supplier and it received almost 20% of the order already, allowing it to start large-scale vaccination of the elderly.
Category: Te Ndryshme
Monday, 05 April 2021


Albanians queuing in front of tents in Tirana’s main square to receive a dose of Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine. Albania received last week a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the above 70 age group. Since it started its vaccination program in January, Albania has managed to administer the first dose to only 2,2% of its population (mostly medical staff, teachers, and the most vulnerable over 80ies) as supplies of EMA approved vaccines the country was planning to use came in far smaller numbers. To advance its vaccination program Albania signed a contract for 1 million doses of the Sinovac vaccine with a Turkish supplier and it received almost 20% of the order already, allowing it to start large-scale vaccination of the elderly.
Category: Te Ndryshme
Monday, 05 April 2021


Albanians queuing in front of tents in Tirana’s main square to receive a dose of Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine. Albania received last week a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the above 70 age group. Since it started its vaccination program in January, Albania has managed to administer the first dose to only 2,2% of its population (mostly medical staff, teachers, and the most vulnerable over 80ies) as supplies of EMA approved vaccines the country was planning to use came in far smaller numbers. To advance its vaccination program Albania signed a contract for 1 million doses of the Sinovac vaccine with a Turkish supplier and it received almost 20% of the order already, allowing it to start large-scale vaccination of the elderly.
Category: Te Ndryshme
Monday, 05 April 2021


Albanians queuing in front of tents in Tirana’s main square to receive a dose of Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine. Albania received last week a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the above 70 age group. Since it started its vaccination program in January, Albania has managed to administer the first dose to only 2,2% of its population (mostly medical staff, teachers, and the most vulnerable over 80ies) as supplies of EMA approved vaccines the country was planning to use came in far smaller numbers. To advance its vaccination program Albania signed a contract for 1 million doses of the Sinovac vaccine with a Turkish supplier and it received almost 20% of the order already, allowing it to start large-scale vaccination of the elderly.
Category: Shendetesi-Mjekesi
Monday, 05 April 2021


Albanians queuing in front of tents in Tirana’s main square to receive a dose of Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine. Albania received last week a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the above 70 age group. Since it started its vaccination program in January, Albania has managed to administer the first dose to only 2,2% of its population (mostly medical staff, teachers, and the most vulnerable over 80ies) as supplies of EMA approved vaccines the country was planning to use came in far smaller numbers. To advance its vaccination program Albania signed a contract for 1 million doses of the Sinovac vaccine with a Turkish supplier and it received almost 20% of the order already, allowing it to start large-scale vaccination of the elderly.
Category: Shendetesi-Mjekesi
Monday, 05 April 2021


Albanians queuing in front of tents in Tirana’s main square to receive a dose of Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine. Albania received last week a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the above 70 age group. Since it started its vaccination program in January, Albania has managed to administer the first dose to only 2,2% of its population (mostly medical staff, teachers, and the most vulnerable over 80ies) as supplies of EMA approved vaccines the country was planning to use came in far smaller numbers. To advance its vaccination program Albania signed a contract for 1 million doses of the Sinovac vaccine with a Turkish supplier and it received almost 20% of the order already, allowing it to start large-scale vaccination of the elderly.
Category: Shendetesi-Mjekesi
Monday, 05 April 2021


Empty chairs placed in Skanderbeg Square, for the elderly who will receive the dose of Chinese vaccine 'Sinovac', which is available to all senior citizens, from the age of 70 years and up. The vaccination queue has decreased as Albania has received a large number of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey and has obtained 20% of the vaccines, out of the 1 million doses expected to arrive.
Category: Shendetesi-Mjekesi
Monday, 05 April 2021


Tents Skanderbeg Square, for the elderly who will receive the dose of Chinese vaccine 'Sinovac', which is available to all senior citizens, from the age of 70 years and up. The vaccination queue has decreased as Albania has received a large number of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey and has obtained 20% of the vaccines, out of the 1 million doses expected to arrive.
Category: Shendetesi-Mjekesi
Monday, 05 April 2021


Albanians queuing in front of tents in Tirana’s main square to receive a dose of Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine. Albania received last week a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the above 70 age group. Since it started its vaccination program in January, Albania has managed to administer the first dose to only 2,2% of its population (mostly medical staff, teachers, and the most vulnerable over 80ies) as supplies of EMA approved vaccines the country was planning to use came in far smaller numbers. To advance its vaccination program Albania signed a contract for 1 million doses of the Sinovac vaccine with a Turkish supplier and it received almost 20% of the order already, allowing it to start large-scale vaccination of the elderly.
Category: Shendetesi-Mjekesi
Monday, 05 April 2021


Albanians queuing in front of tents in Tirana’s main square to receive a dose of Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine. Albania received last week a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the above 70 age group. Since it started its vaccination program in January, Albania has managed to administer the first dose to only 2,2% of its population (mostly medical staff, teachers, and the most vulnerable over 80ies) as supplies of EMA approved vaccines the country was planning to use came in far smaller numbers. To advance its vaccination program Albania signed a contract for 1 million doses of the Sinovac vaccine with a Turkish supplier and it received almost 20% of the order already, allowing it to start large-scale vaccination of the elderly.
Category: Shendetesi-Mjekesi
Monday, 05 April 2021


Albanians queuing in front of tents in Tirana’s main square to receive a dose of Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine. Albania received last week a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the above 70 age group. Since it started its vaccination program in January, Albania has managed to administer the first dose to only 2,2% of its population (mostly medical staff, teachers, and the most vulnerable over 80ies) as supplies of EMA approved vaccines the country was planning to use came in far smaller numbers. To advance its vaccination program Albania signed a contract for 1 million doses of the Sinovac vaccine with a Turkish supplier and it received almost 20% of the order already, allowing it to start large-scale vaccination of the elderly.
Category: Shendetesi-Mjekesi
Monday, 05 April 2021


An healthcare worker administers to a patient a dose of the Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine, at makeshift tents in Tirana’s main square, on April 2, 2021. Albania received a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the people over age 70.
Category: Shendetesi-Mjekesi
Monday, 05 April 2021


An healthcare worker administers to a patient a dose of the Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine, at makeshift tents in Tirana’s main square, on April 2, 2021. Albania received a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the people over age 70.
Category: Shendetesi-Mjekesi
Monday, 05 April 2021


An healthcare worker administers to a patient a dose of the Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine, at makeshift tents in Tirana’s main square, on April 2, 2021. Albania received a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the people over age 70.
Category: Shendetesi-Mjekesi
Monday, 05 April 2021


An healthcare worker administers to a patient a dose of the Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine, at makeshift tents in Tirana’s main square, on April 2, 2021. Albania received a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the people over age 70.
Category: Shendetesi-Mjekesi
Monday, 05 April 2021


An healthcare worker administers to a patient a dose of the Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine, at makeshift tents in Tirana’s main square, on April 2, 2021. Albania received a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the people over age 70.
Category: Shendetesi-Mjekesi
Monday, 05 April 2021


An healthcare worker administers to a patient a dose of the Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine, at makeshift tents in Tirana’s main square, on April 2, 2021. Albania received a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the people over age 70.
Category: Shendetesi-Mjekesi
Monday, 05 April 2021


Nurses during work administer elderly the dose of the Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine, at makeshift tents in Tirana’s main square, on April 2, 2021. Albania received a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the people over age 70.
Category: Shendetesi-Mjekesi
Monday, 05 April 2021


An healthcare worker administers to a patient a dose of the Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine, at makeshift tents in Tirana’s main square, on April 2, 2021. Albania received a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the people over age 70.
Category: Shendetesi-Mjekesi
Monday, 05 April 2021


Albanians queuing in front of tents in Tirana’s main square to receive a dose of Chinese made Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine. Albania received last week a large supply of Sinovac vaccines from Turkey, enabling it to start a mass vaccination for the above 70 age group. Since it started its vaccination program in January, Albania has managed to administer the first dose to only 2,2% of its population (mostly medical staff, teachers, and the most vulnerable over 80ies) as supplies of EMA approved vaccines the country was planning to use came in far smaller numbers. To advance its vaccination program Albania signed a contract for 1 million doses of the Sinovac vaccine with a Turkish supplier and it received almost 20% of the order already, allowing it to start large-scale vaccination of the elderly.
Category: Shendetesi-Mjekesi
Monday, 05 April 2021

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