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Datablog | Georgia has a vaccine inequality problem

While COVID-19 vaccination is gaining pace in Georgia, data shows that access differs between different groups.

Datablog | Georgia has a vaccine inequality problem

By David Sichinava

While COVID-19 vaccination is gaining pace in Georgia, data shows that access differs between different groups.

Datablog | How Megi Bakradze’s death affected vaccine hesitancy in Georgia

When Georgian nurse Megi Bakradze died following an allergic reaction to the AstraZeneca vaccine, there were fears that vaccine hesitancy could grow. 

Datablog | How Megi Bakradze’s death affected vaccine hesitancy in Georgia

By Dustin Gilbreath

When Georgian nurse Megi Bakradze died following an allergic reaction to the AstraZeneca vaccine, there were fears that vaccine hesitancy could grow. 

COVID-19 vaccination proceeds slowly in Abkhazia

Vaccination against COVID-19 is progressing slowly in Abkhazia, with under 1% having received one dose and 474 people being fully vaccinated so far.

COVID-19 vaccination proceeds slowly in Abkhazia

Vaccination against COVID-19 is progressing slowly in Abkhazia, with under 1% having received one dose and 474 people being fully vaccinated so far.

Abkhazia to begin long-delayed vaccine rollout

Abkhazia received 6,500 doses of the Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine on 30 April.

Abkhazia to begin long-delayed vaccine rollout

Abkhazia received 6,500 doses of the Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine on 30 April.

Azerbaijan starts rolling out China’s Sinovac vaccine

Since the first case was registered in February, 227,000 cases of coronavirus have been reported in Azerbaijan, with almost 3,000 having passed away. 

Azerbaijan starts rolling out China’s Sinovac vaccine

Since the first case was registered in February, 227,000 cases of coronavirus have been reported in Azerbaijan, with almost 3,000 having passed away. 

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