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Vaccination starts, Ana Brnabić and Dr Darija Kisić Tepavčević roll up their sleeves

The first citizens will receive the "Pfizer" vaccine, which arrived in Serbia on Tuesday, at 11 am today.
Also, today at the "Torlak" Institute, Prime Minister of Serbia Ana Brnabi and the Minister of Labor, Employment, Veteran and Social Affairs, Dr Darija Kisi Tepavevi, will be vaccinated against coronavirus.

Vaccination against Covid-19 starting at care homes on Sunday

Ljubljana – Vaccination against Covid-19 is expected to start at care homes around Slovenia on Sunday, Labour Minister Janez Cigler Kralj told the press on Wednesday. According to government Covid-19 spokesman Jelko Kacin, there will be enough vaccine in the first phase for vaccination of all care home residents who have not been infected yet.

The first vaccines tomorrow in Belgrade and Novi Sad; Brnabić and Kisić to receive it

Prime Minister Ana Brnabi and Minister Dr Darija Kisi Tepavevi will receive the vaccine, it was confirmed to Tanjug in the government.
At 11.00 am tomorrow, the first citizens will receive the Pfizer vaccine, which was delivered to Serbia yesterday.

Βέλγιο: Ο 96χρονος Τζος Χερμάν ο πρώτος που θα κάνει το εμβόλιο της Pfizer

Ο υπερήλικας διαμένει σε οίκο ευγηρίας στην Πουρς, την πόλη όπου βρίσκεται το εργοστάσιο της Pfizer

BioNTech Assures Their Vaccine Is Effective against New Virus Strain

BioNTech's boss has said he is confident the company's vaccine will be effective against the new coronavirus variant.

Ugur Sahin said, however, that more tests were needed before he could be completely sure of the efficacy of the drug.

The Pfizer/BioNTech jab is the only vaccine approved for use in the UK so far. It is also being rolled out in the US.