More than 172,000 people have been vaccinated in Serbia so far, the country’s Minister of Labour, Employment, Veteran and Social Policy, Darija Kisic Tepavcevic, said on Sunday.
Kisic Tepavcevic, who visited the Belgrade fair where citizens gathered for vaccination on Sunday, said that there is a huge interest in getting vaccinated in the country as people realised the importance of it.
She said that about 6,000 users of and employees in social protection institutions and homes for the elderly and adults have been vaccinated so far.
“I once again appeal to all our citizens to get vaccinated. We see that a large number of citizens have realized how important that is, and we hope that in the coming period we will acquire collective immunity that will protect us from the spread of this disease,” she said.