Serbia awaits Crisis Staff decision at 1 pm; Relaxation of measures possible or not?
The previous session was held on Tuesday, and a decision was made that the current measures will remain in force until further notice.
The Minister of Health, Zlatibor Lonar, stated last night that a total of 84.075 citizens have been vaccinated in Serbia so far, and added that the vaccination will continue tomorrow, as well as in the following days.
Lonar: The citizens have chosen a good path - the path of prevention FOTO TANJUG/ SAVA RADOVANOVIC
Loncar told RTS that the Ministry of Health is satisfied with the response of the citizens, but also with the functioning of the system for applying for vaccination and the issuance of a certificate on the received vaccine.
He added that the vaccination will continue tomorrow, as well as in the following days.
"What gives us further hope and faith is that the citizens have chosen a good path, and that is the path to achieve the results we want through prevention, to have as few patients with coronavirus as possible in our hospitals," said Lonar.
He added that this also means that hospitals return from COVID to the normal system of work, in order for doctors to dedicate themselves to other patients who are waiting for diagnosis and therapy.
Asked how many are registered through the eUprava portal and the call center, Lonar added that this number changes from minute to minute and that currently there are a total of 400.000 citizens through both ways of registration.
He announced that the number of operators will be increased in the coming days in order to speed up the registration.
Loncar warns that there should be no relaxation after the first dose.
"I get the impression that when people receive the first dose of the vaccine, they think they have finished the...