PM: Coronavirus Situation Better, but still Unsatisfactory | Beta Briefing

PM: Coronavirus Situation Better, but still Unsatisfactory

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Archive / News | 17.11.21 | access_time 16:22


Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic on Nov. 17 said that the current epidemiological situation in Serbia was better, but that it was not yet good or satisfactory.

Brnabic told TV Pink said it was good “that the number of new cases and the percentage of coronavirus infections of the number of tested have been constantly dropping.” She also said that around 1,260,000 people had received booster shots, which was slightly above 23 percent of the population.

“I think that this is what has currently contributed to the improved epidemiological situation and I am asking citizens to take booster shots after five or six months of their second doses,” Brnabic said, noting that around 57 percent of Serbia’s population had received first doses.

“On the one hand, I am extremely happy with the inoculation process as we have nearly 3.1 million vaccinated citizens, which has never happened before,” Brnabic said, adding that “on the other hand, the bad thing is that it is not enough as at least 80 percent of the population need to be vaccinated.” 

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