27 նոյեմբեր, 2020 21:01
The Armenian government has made an advance payment for a coronavirus vaccine for 300,000 people or 10% of the country’s population, the country’s Healthcare Minister Arsen Torosyan said Thursday. According to the minister, the advance order has been made through an international collective platform, which is used by 180 countries and includes all manufacturers who are likely to produce a vaccine in the near future. “At the moment, there are up to ten vaccines in that list and we will have the opportunity to acquire whichever one of them is approved,” Torosyan said. He expects the delivery date of the final product to be mid-spring.