Second batch of 3.320 Pfizer jabs arrives from Serbia


Health Minister Venko Filipche hosted a Serbian delegation led by Health Minister Zlatibor Lončar at the Tabanovce border crossing on Wednesday, for the handover of the second batch of the 8,000 Pfizer vaccines.

The first batch of 4,680 jabs came on February 14, handed over by Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić to Prime Minister Zoran Zaev.

The Pfizer vaccines marked the beginning of the inoculation process in Macedonia, the health workers being the first to get the jab. People over the age of 70 are next in line.


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