By the end of June, Greece will have received 10,940,401 COVID-19 doses

First COVID-19 vaccinations arrive in Greece.

Greece will have received 10,940,401 doses of COVID-19 vaccines by the end of June, including 6,030,988 from Pfizer.

These doses, as Bloomberg journalist Nikos Chrysoloras wrote on Twitter, will be enough to fully vaccinate 6,119,712 adults.

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Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis receiving COVID-19 vaccine.

This amount corresponds to 57.14% of the total population.

Cyprus will receive a total of 1,054,421 doses (including 500,063 Pfizer), which will be sufficient for 554,711 full adult vaccinations, ie 62.47% of the total population.

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