Great interest in anti-COVID vaccination in Serbia

So far, close to 466,000 people in Serbia have registered themselves to be vaccinated against the coronavirus on the e-Uprava website, of which some 169,000 in Belgrade.

Due to the great interest, two more vaccination points will be opened in Belgrade, in Hall 3 of the Belgrade Fair (Sajam) and in Hala Sportova in Novi Beograd, the deputy mayor of Belgrade, Goran Vesić, has said.

There are currently 18 vaccination points in Belgrade currently.

“In agreement with the PM and with the support of President Vučić, we have decided to set up two more vaccination points, one in Hall 3 and the other in the Ranko Žeravica Pavilion in Novi Beograd,” said Vesić.

These two new points will start today will be ready in four or five days.

According to Vesić, so far, about 466,000 people have registered to receive the vaccine on the e-Uprava portal, including about 169,000 citizens of Belgrade.

 Vesić also mentioned that the Belgrade authorities have established a call centre for senior citizens, which provides information related to vaccination. Volunteers called about 25,000 people in four days and just over 8,000 of them gave consent to the vaccination.

(Srbija Danas, 21.01.2021) 

Photo credits: Reuters



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