Influenza vaccines

Turkey reports 864 new coronavirus cases, 2 more deaths

Turkey's confirmed cases of the coronavirus increased by 864 in the past 24 hours, and 2 more people have died, the Health Ministry announced on May 29.

The ministry's infographic said that some 1,107 patients recovered in the last 24 hours.

It also added that 129,961 tests were conducted over the past day.

Bulgarian Professor: At the End of Spring the Cases will Decrease Sharply

"The good thing about Omicron is that a very low percentage of people are admitted to hospitals and a very low percentage have severe symptoms of the disease." This was said on the Bulgarian National Radio by Prof. Todor Kantardzhiev, advisor to the Sofia Municipality on health issues and former director of the National Center for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases.

NIJZ orders more doses of flu vaccine than last year

Ljubljana – The National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ) has ordered 360,000 doses of flu vaccine for this season, which is more than last year, when demand exceeded expectation. It is not clear yet whether the vaccine will be available for free this year as well. Flu vaccination usually starts in October.

The head of WHO Serbia said at least one thing is positive

Hosted by the Radio Television of Serbia, Ivanua assessed that pressure on hospitals, especially on intensive care units, can be expected in the coming weeks as well.
"I hope that the peak of this wave will arrive as soon as possible," said the head of the WHO Office in Serbia, and assessed that a "difficult" December is ahead, especially for health workers.