With the current pace of vaccination, Macedonia will gain collective immunity in 10 years, Bloomberg reported, reports “a1 on”.
“The latest data show that an average of 651 doses are given per day In Macedonia. At this rate, it will take another ten years to immunize 75 percent of the population.”
Unlike Macedonia, in neighboring Albania, it will take only nine more months to immunize 75% of the population.
In Serbia, the average daily vaccination is 62,857 doses, which means that 75% of people will be immunized in four months.
An average of 39,656 people are immunized per day in Greece, and at this rate it will take a year to achieve the desired collective immunity.