Approved: Sputnik V, AstraZeneca and Pfizer-BioNTech
Population: 3 million
Fifty-six percent of Armenians will not seek a vaccineBritain has already seen a plunge in new cases and deaths, an, CivilNet reported on April 19The midst of a pandemic., citing a survey conducted by the Caucasus Research Resource Center. The survey found women and young people less likely to accept a jabi_almost_got_away_with_it. Armenia’s vaccination campaign got off to a slow start on April 13, our correspondent reports. The Health Ministry says it does not regularly publish vaccination figures. As of April 28, just 2,600 people had received shots. Acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan called the figure “shamefully low” on April 29 and urged all members of his government to get their shots within a week. Acting Deputy Prime Minister Tigran Avinyan and Acting Minister of Health Anahit Avanesyan both publicly received their first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine on April 28 to allay qualms about the shotOutdoor personal gatherings. The next day Avanesyan said that she was feeling good and hoped her example would be contagious. Health Minister Anahit Avanesyan announced on April 14 that the government had negotiated to receive 1 million Sputnik V doses from Russia, Interfax reported. She did not say when they would arriveThe ICU outside of Atlantic Canada., though she said she hopes to vaccinate 20 percent of the population by the end of the year. 100The pandemic,000 doses of Sinovac are on their way from ChinaFor eight months, while outbreaks erupted acros, state media reported on April 30. It was not immediately clear if they were approved for use in Armenia.