Kazakhstan • 26 April, 2021

First batch of home-grown QazCovid-in vaccine arrives in Nur-Sultan

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The first batch of home-grown QazCovid-in vaccine up to 6,000 doses arrived in Kazakh capital. Egemen.kz reports with reference to the city administration’s press service.

The home-grown vaccine is delivered to the city clinics and shopping malls. People can choose which vaccine to get. Up to 6,000 people are being vaccinated every day in the city. Vaccination rooms at shopping malls vaccinate some 250 people a day. Currently there are vaccination rooms at Mega Silk Way, Keruen, Khan Shatyr, Abu Dhabi shopping malls. They are open from 10:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. The number of vaccination rooms in the city increased from 36 to 100.


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