Georgia received 50,000 special syringes for the Pfizer vaccine, Deputy Health Minister of Georgia, Tamar Gabunia, announced on Wednesday.
Covid-19 Vaccination Centres will be trained on syringe usage, Gabunia added.
Georgia signed an agreement with COVAX to purchase COVID-19 vaccines for over 700,000 individuals.
The first doses of the Pfizer vaccine are due to arrive in Georgia by late February.
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— Giorgi Gakharia (@GakhariaGiorgi) January 30, 2021