In Serbia, 803,319 have already received the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine, and revaccination has already begun, making Serbia second in Europe in terms of vaccination, according to a report by the Serbian Ministry of Health.
In terms of vaccines per million inhabitants, the Western Balkan country only surpasses the UK in Europe. There is still a high level of interest in vaccines in the country, although there are no official figures, but according to press reports, about two million people in seven million countries have indicated that they will receive one of the vaccines so far. Vaccines are currently available in Serbia from Russia’s Sputnik V, US-German Pfizer-BioNTech, China’s Sinopharm, and British-Swedish AstraZeneca.
On Sunday, the number of registered coronavirus infections increased by 1,622 in Serbia to 419,493, in Kosovo by 290 to 64,095, in northern Macedonia by 357 to 96,894, in Montenegro by 472 to 68,476, and in Bosnia And Herzegovina, by 240. It rose to 125,695.
The number of deaths caused by the epidemic in the past twenty-four hours increased from 15 to 4,214 in Serbia, four in 1,544 in Kosovo, five to 2,976 in northern Macedonia, two to 882 in Montenegro, and from 11 to 4,882 in Bosnia and Herzegovina.