Today, Georgian Health Minister Ekaterine Tikaradze and French Ambassador Diego Colas observed the vaccination of foreign citizens residing in Georgia at Central Republican Hospital on Wednesday.
Tikaradze urged citizens to wear a face mask and keep a physical distance. “We also call on everyone to get the jab,” she stressed.
Colas thanked the Georgian government for allowing foreigners to get the vaccine. “This is the right decision. I think the vaccination process in Georgia is effectively managed,” he noted.
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— Diégo Colas (@ColasDiego) August 3, 2021
Non-resident foreign citizens in Georgia can receive the COVID-19 vaccine at Academician Nikoloz Kipshidze Central University Clinic in Tbilisi, Republican Hospital in Batumi and Chkhobadze Disabled and Elderly Medical-Rehabilitation Clinical Center in Kutaisi.
Registration can be done online at booking.moh.gov.ge or through hotline 1522.