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Slovakia Donates 320,000 COVID-19 Vaccines To Serbia

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A donation of Pfizer vaccines against COVID-19 was delivered to Serbia from Slovakia, which consists of 300,000 doses of a bivalent vaccine adapted to the Omikron variant (BA.4/5) and 20,000 doses of the original vaccine against COVID-19, it was announced by the Government of Serbia.

The Government thanked the Slovak Ministry of Health for this valuable donation, and the contingent of vaccines that arrived in our country will soon be found in clinics and their application will begin.

The Government thanked the Slovak Ministry of Health for this valuable donation, and the contingent of vaccines that arrived in our country will soon be found in clinics and their application will begin.

The government reminds that vaccination is the only specific and proven effective way to prevent the occurrence of severe forms of illness, hospitalization and death, especially in the most sensitive categories of the population, such as those over 50 and people with weakened immunity for any reason.

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