The plan is to vaccinate 60 percent of the population by the end of the year.
The first dose of coronavirus vaccines may arrive in Kosovo in the first week of March, he said on Monday Isme humolli, Head of the World Health Organization (WHO) Office in Pristina.
According to the website of the Pristina daily Koha Ditore, Isme Humolli reported that Kosovo would receive a vaccine as part of the COVAX vaccine procurement program.
Both sides wanted the vaccine to arrive as soon as possible, but we see that there is a shortage of vaccine because they cannot produce the right amount of the drug,
According to the vaccination program, by the end of the year, 60 percent of the Kosovo population would be vaccinated, with health workers, people over the age of 80, and those with a chronic illness receiving the vaccine first.
The number of registered coronavirus infections on Monday rose by 2,518 to 436,640 in Serbia, by 398 by 66,380 in Kosovo, by 254 by 99,321 in northern Macedonia, by 402 by 71,995 in Montenegro and by 269 in Bosnia and Herzegovina. increased to 128,371.
The number of fatalities in the epidemic in the last 24 hours increased by 16 to 4337, in Kosovo by one in 1572, in northern Macedonia by 16 in 3063, in Montenegro by 11 in 955 and in Bosnia and Herzegovina by 16 in 5101. re grew.
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