Belgrade deputy mayor says 25 percent vaccinated in Serbian capital

NEWS 08.03.2021 20:44

Belgrade Deputy Mayor Goran Vesic said on Monday that about 23 percent of the city’s population have been vaccinated against the coronavirus.

A press release quoted him as saying that 50 percent of Belgrade residents between the ages of 65 and 74 had been inoculated and 45 percent of people over the age of 75. Vesic said that mobile teams would be organized to vaccinate people in rural areas.

Speaking after a meeting with business people in the Serbian Chamber of Commerce (PKS), he said that inoculation would be organized in big companies, adding that small companies would have scheduled times to bring their employees to vaccination posts.