40,900 people in Kyrgyzstan receive booster dose of coronavirus vaccine
In Kyrgyzstan, 622 more people received vaccine against COVID-19 coronavirus infection on Monday.
The press service of the country’s Health Ministry reported that 358 people received the first dose, while 254 Kyrgyzstanis were vaccinated with the second shot.
A total of 1,297,729 people in the Kyrgyz Republic have been vaccinated with the first dose of coronavirus vaccine, and 1,076,018 people have received the second dose.
The booster dose was given to a total of 40,934 citizens of the republic.
Kyrgyzstan started the vaccination campaign on March 29, 2020. The country is inoculating its citizens with Sinopharm, Sputnik-V, Sputnik-Light, Astra Zeneca, Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.
Source: Kyrgyz National News Agency