Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis visits the Kaminia medical center in Athens on Saturday. (Photo by Eurokinissi/ Dimitris Papamitsos)
ΑΤΗΕΝS – Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis visited the Kaminia medical center in Athens on Saturday, where coronavirus vaccinations are underway.
The Prime Minister spoke with citizens over the age of 85, who were there to meet their inoculation appointments, and he was also briefed by medical staff on the progress of the vaccinations program.
Mitsotakis underlined that vaccinations are unfolding according to the government's careful planning, and as per the prioritizations set by the National Vaccinations Committee. He stressed that at least 140,000 citizens have so far been inoculated.
Th number of available vaccines is set by the restrictions imposed by pharmaceutical companies and by the agreements signed by European countries, he noted, "despite the fact Greece could practically carry out many more vaccinations."
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