The Financial Times ranked Serbia seventh globally and second in Europe on its list of countries with the most people inoculated against the coronavirus globably.
Serbia has administered 4.5 doses of vaccines from different manufacturers per 100 people or about 300,000 doses overall as of January 26. That ranks it second on the list of European countries and seventh globally.
The country at the top of the list is Israel with 45.8 doses per 100 people or about 4.1 million. The top ranked country in Europe is the United Kingdom with 11 doses of vaccine per 100 people or around 7.3 million doses overall.
The Financial Times figures are based on data processed by the University of Oxford as part of its Our World in Data project.