It only takes a few minutes to fill out the form leading to free vaccination in Serbia, available on the Serbian government website, and in which you only need to enter your passport number in addition to your name. It is also possible to choose the available vaccinations that the applicant would like to receive.
On the part of the Serbian government To serve You do not have to be a registered member of the site, however Form Additionally, it can be completed on behalf of family members but also on behalf of others.
Currently, vaccines are available from Russian Sputnik V, Chinese Sinopharm, German-American Pfizer / BioNTech and British-Swedish AstraZeneca.
According to official information, they are first vaccinated by registered Serbian citizens who suffer from some serious disease, then by healthy Serbian citizens, and finally by foreigners, writes MTI.
However, experience shows that in the event that not enough vaccines are received from the manufacturer, those who have recommended a vaccine from another manufacturer or have taken the vaccine without registration will be in the foreground.
Thus, in recent weeks, vaccinations against Sinopharm or AstraZeneca were reported without registration by those who appeared at the designated vaccination sites.
According to press reports, thousands of foreigners have already been vaccinated in Serbia.
Most of them came from neighboring countries, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Northern Macedonia and Albania, but there is no discrimination based on nationality.
In principle, once a site or a vaccine has been launched, the relevant authorities will inform applicants of the date of vaccination. However, the downside to this is that it can happen overnight, so if the person who vaccinated does not show up on time, you can start recording from scratch.