The Lithuanian government expects to start mass vaccination against COVID-19 by June 1, an official said on Friday.
A mass vaccination campaign will involve administering around 3 million shots to 1.5 million people.
Next Wednesday, the Cabinet is planning to adopt decisions on the further organization of the process.
A total of 349,930 people in Lithuania have received their first coronavirus vaccine shots so far and 168,740 percent have been given the second jab.
The country has received a total of 642,365 vaccine doses and has used 533,670, based on the latest statistics.