Dr. Djerlek: 854 people in Serbia vaccinated against coronavirus so far, no side effects
After citizens older than 75 receive the vaccine, healthcare workers will be vaccinated, and they will be divided into seven groups
State Secretary in the Ministry of Health Mirsad Djerlek says that in Serbia so far, 854 people have been vaccinated with the Pfizer vaccine against coronavirus, and that there have been no side effects.
He told RTS last night that as the consequence of the virus, there would be redness at the site where the vaccine was applied, pain at the same spot, while people would be running a fever of 37.2 degrees for a few hours.
"I would like us to continue like this," Djerlek said.
He added that after citizens older than 75 receive the vaccine, healthcare workers will be vaccinated, and they will be divided into seven groups.
Employees in intensive care units will be vaccinated first, and then other healthcare workers.
As he said, the authorities would like the immunization to be completed as soon as possible, but that depends on the vaccines.
"This is one of the best gifts for the New Year," said Djerlek.
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