The state program “Eleftheria” (“Ελευθερία” – “Liberation”) is in full swing, because with the increase in the supply of vaccines to Greece, more and more age groups are able to get vaccinated against the coronavirus.
As noted by Marios Themistokleous, more than 2,210,000 vaccinations have been made in the country. 1,468,000 residents received their first vaccination, which corresponds to a vaccination coverage rate of 14%, and 743,000 to two, which corresponds to a vaccination coverage rate of 7%.
The first 33,600 doses of Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose vaccine will be received on Wednesday April 14th. Vaccinations with this drug will begin on Monday 19th April.
The vaccination schedule at the moment is as follows:
April 16-19: group of people with major high-risk diseases, people from 18 to 59 years old. April 21: Teachers + 55-59 age group. April 24: 50-54 age group.
After that, the opportunity will open for vaccination of other age groups, so that the youngest residents of the country can be vaccinated against coronavirus in June.