Vucic: Serbia To Have Two, Hopefully Three Vaccines by Year-End   | Beta Briefing

Vucic: Serbia To Have Two, Hopefully Three Vaccines by Year-End  

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Archive / News | 15.12.20 | access_time 16:44


President Aleksandar Vucic on Dec. 15 said that first shipments of “at least” two, possibly three anti-Covid-19 vaccines would arrive in Serbia “by the end of the year.”  

Vucic added that vaccine rollout would depend on the health authorities, but added he believed it would be “in December and no later than January.” “The first shipments of at least two, and I hope three vaccines will be here by the end of the year, which would show that Serbia is among the countries which have managed to procure vaccines from different destinations owing to its reputation in the world,” Vucic said.  

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic on Dec. 15 said that latest update on the epidemiological situation in Serbia “gives a reason for optimism,” but stressed that the situation was still “extremely complex.”  

Speaking about the coronavirus countermeasures introduced by the Crisis Headquarters, Brnabic said that those in place now “are very restrictive,” adding that although she was personally against a ban on movement, it would be imposed should it become necessary.  

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