COVID-19 vaccination in Bulgaria
Turkey has administered more than 65 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines since it launched a mass vaccination campaign in January, according to figures released on July 23.
The country is continuing its intensive vaccination campaign to curb the virus's spread, with all people aged 18 and over currently eligible for vaccine shots.
More than half of all European adults are now fully vaccinated, the EU said on July 22, as countries across Europe and Asia battled fresh outbreaks blamed on the fast-spreading Delta variant.
The European Central Bank said uncertainty over the wave of infections meant it was keeping the cash taps open to ensure the nascent economic recovery isn't snuffed out.
A new Covid health pass has come into effect in France amid a surge of new infections.
From Wednesday, people need proof of vaccination, a negative test or recent recovery from Covid to enter most museums and cinemas.
Later lawmakers will debate whether to extend its use in August for entry to cafes, restaurants and shopping malls.
Turkey has administered over half a million doses of COVID-19 vaccines in the last 24 hours, according to figures released on July 17.
The country continues its vaccination campaign, which began this January, to curb the spread of the virus, as all residents 18 and over are eligible for vaccine shots.
According to him, there are enough vaccines, and citizens can choose. Loncar said that such a request would not make sense if the state did not provide enough vaccines for all citizens, and pointed out that citizens do not think about the costs of treatment because they know that the state pays for it.
Minister of Health Ioana Mihaila had a meeting on Friday with the European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety, Stella Kyriakides, in which context the former transmitted that Romania continues the efforts to increase the number of COVID-19 vaccinated people.
The European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety, Stella Kyriakides, will be in Bucharest, on Friday, where she will be meeting with the Minister of Health, Ioana Mihaila, in order to discuss carrying out the national vaccination campaign in Romania and later on she will visit the immunization center in Petresti.