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We still have more than 2,000 new cases per day; 25 people die from Covid, 189 are on ventilators

This is the latest cross-section of the coronavirus situation

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Kretanje broja obolelih od korona virusa, zuti grafikon

A graph showing the number of coronavirus cases in Serbia from March 6, 2020 until January 13, 2021; Illustration: Nikola Jovanovic

According to the latest data regarding coronavirus in Serbia, another 2,267 people became infected in the last 24 hours as 25 patients died. A total of 3,664 people have died in Serbia since the beginning of the pandemic.

12,889 people were tested in the last 24 hours, 18 percent of whom were positive.

189 patients are currently on ventilators, while a total of 5,503 people are hospitalized.

So far, Serbia has had 366,191 registered coronavirus cases.

Kretanje broja umrlih od korona virusa, crveni grafikon

A graph showing the coronavirus death toll in Serbia from March 20, 2020 until January 13, 2021; Illustration: Nikola Jovanovic

Application for vaccination

So far, 150,000 citizens have registered to through the eUprava (eGovernment) portal to receive the vaccine against Covid-19, the Office for IT and eGovernment told Tanjug.

Electronic applying for vaccination started on Monday, and the director of the office, Mihajlo Jovanovic, said earlier that the application service was made simple, allowing members of a household to also apply for the elderly, without the need to register on the portal itself.

For those unable apply electronically, a call center will be launched tomorrow. When someone applies, they leave their phone number and e-mail address to which they receives a link, that they can use to delete the application or change it, he stressed.

Also, if someone is invited, they don't have to show up because, as he pointed out, the application is merely a good tool to logistically prepare the whole of Serbia for mass vaccination.

A complete logistics system has been created, and as the vaccines are delivered they will be distributed according to interest shown by citizens, so that waiting time is minimal, Jovanovic explained.

He also recalled that vaccination is not obligatory.


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