On May 1st, local time, Greece’s Coronavirus virus vaccination booking platform was officially opened to people aged 45 to 49, who can book four Coronavirus vaccines: Pfizer, Modner, AstraZeneca and Johnson and Johnson.
According to reports, Greeks can make an appointment by emvolio.go.gr official platform or by going to the Citizen Service Center (KEP), or by entering an AMKA registration number (AMKA) at a pharmacy. Successful bookers will receive the information via SMS and confirm their application within 24 hours.
According to health ministry officials, the Greek government will make clear in early May when more vaccines will be available to people aged 40 to 44.
The third phase of the Greek vaccination programme will be officially launched on May 5th, and with more vaccination centres open, the Greek government aims to complete 2.5m doses in May and 4m in June.
Pfizer will deliver 2.15 million doses of the vaccine in Greece in May and 2.425 million doses in June, sources said. Meanwhile, Greece will receive 354,000 doses of the vaccine from Modna in May and 308,000 doses in June. In addition, Johnson and Johnson will deliver 300,000 doses of the vaccine to Greece in May and another 960,000 doses in June.
AstraZeneca has yet to confirm the delivery of vaccines to Greece over the next two months, which is forecast to receive between 450,000 and 500,000 doses a month over the next two months.