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First doses of Moderna's Covid-19 vaccine administered in Bulgaria


Sofia, Jan 14 (EFE / EPA), (Camera: Vassil Donev).- Bulgaria's government will pay five euros to healthcare workers for each dose of the Covid vaccine received in a bid to speed up vaccination plans.The first doses of the Moderna vaccine were administered on Thursday. According to official data, a first dose of the Covid-19 vaccines has been administered to 13,473 people in Bulgaria.FOOTAGE OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE MODERNA VACCINE AT THE MAICHIN DOM UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL IN SOFIA.

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