Greek President vaccinated against coronavirus

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Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou was vaccinated against COVID-19 at Evangelismos Hospital in Athens. The vaccination of the head of state was broadcast by the Greek TV channel ERT-1 on Sunday, December 27.

At the entrance to the hospital, the President was met by the head of the Greek Ministry of Health Vasilis Kikilias and his deputy Vasilis Kontosamanis. After vaccination, doctors and journalists greeted the head of state with applause.

It is noted that the first vaccinations in the country were the nurse of the intensive care unit of the hospital Efstatia Kampisiuli and the patient Michalis Jovanidis.

On the evening of December 27, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis intends to receive a vaccine against COVID-19.

On December 27, a vaccination campaign against COVID-19 began in the EU countries.

The first vaccines have already been made in the Czech Republic, Poland, Italy, Spain, Germany, Estonia, Latvia, Romania, Austria and other countries.

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