“Come tomorrow”: INVALID queues for vaccination (PHOTO)
Huge queues could be seen at the Belgrade Fair, where a mass vaccination of the population against coronavirus is being carried out.
Is it because of the announcement of President Aleksandar Vučić that we will run out of vaccines in 7-8 days at this rate of immunization, or because of his confirmation that the British strain of coronavirus has been registered in Serbia, but since the early morning hours, there are huge crowds at the vaccination point at the Belgrade Fair .
Thousands of citizens stand in endless lines stretching from the main entrance to the fair, waiting for hours to be vaccinated.
Most of them have already registered in advance, but many come without prior registration, with no one being rejected.
However, since the checkpoints work until 4 pm, the people from the security explain to everyone who came that there is a small chance that it will be their turn, considering that the wait for vaccination is almost four hours.
The vaccination itself, as on Saturday, runs smoothly, everything is very well organized, and as the citizens say, the staff is friendly and professional. The population is vaccinated with the Chinese vaccine Sinofarm.
There is no nervousness in the ranks, which is certainly contributed by the nice weather, and according to the latest information, a total of more than 200,000 citizens have been vaccinated in Serbia so far.
Everyone who does not get their turn is assured that they will come on Monday and that there will not be such a crowd then and that they will certainly be vaccinated. The new vaccination point in Hall 3, where the final works are in progress, speaks in favor of that.
The day before, as BIZLife reported, the vaccination was much less crowded. However, in the evening, the president revealed the problems with the procurement of vaccines and that there is a possibility that they will disappear in 7-8 days.
In the morning, he announced that the Minister of Health had informed him about the first case of the British strain of coronavirus in Serbia.
By the way, preliminary research from Britain indicates that this strain, in addition to being transmitted faster, could be 30% more deadly.
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Source: BIZlife by www.bizlife.rs.
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