"Today, at 10 am, a session of the National Immunization Body will be held, which will give an opinion to the Crisis Staff on the third dose, and next week, the Crisis Staff will sit down and give recommendations," Brnabi told TV Pink.
Brnabic emphasized that a way must be found to additionally motivate people to get vaccinated.
Turkey has started to administer its homegrown COVID-19 vaccine candidate to volunteers at a major hospital in the capital Ankara as part of the jab's Phase 3 clinical trials to compare its efficacy to that of the Chinese-developed CoronaVac shot, the country's top health official announced on July 16.
The fourth wave of coronavirus has already arrived in some countries, some are still waiting for it, and it is inevitable in Serbia as well, experts say, considering that the opportunity to reach the expected percentage of immunization was not used.
How the states will welcome this wave depends on exactly how many citizens have been vaccinated.
32 are the new cases of coronavirus in our country, the data of the Unified Information Portal show. Positive samples are 0.3 percent of the tests performed over 11,112. No new infections were found in 15 districts.
The number of patients with COVID-19 in hospital is 822, 104 are in intensive care units.
Two people died and six were reported cured.
The number of new cases positive for coronavirus in our country is decreasing and for the last day there are only 60 new infected, which is 27 less than the previous day.
12,258 tests were performed in total, or 1,916 less than the previous 24 hours. The percentage of positive samples continues to fall - from 0.61% to 0.48%.
The anti-COVID vaccine also offers protection against the Delta variant, and without increasing the vaccination rate it will be very difficult to avoid later an increase in the number of SARS-CoV-2 virus infections, the head of the National Committee for the Coordination of Vaccination Activities against COVID-19, Valeriu Gheorghita, stated on Wednesday.
Chairman of Romania's National COVID-19 Vaccination Coordination Committee (CNCAV) Valeriu Gheorghita says that a decision will be made next week on the possibility of a heterologous vaccination regimen against COVID-19 that combines two vaccines with different technologies.
105 new cases of COVID-19 were registered in Bulgaria during the last 24 hours. This is shown by the data on the Unified Information Portal. The cured for the same period are 227.
The tests performed are 17,080, which means that the percentage of positive samples remains 0.6 percent.
Prof. Kozhuharova: At the end of August a new wave of COVID-19 awaits us