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Foreigners can get vaccinated for free during the weekend at Belgrade Fair and in Novi Sad

The eUprava (eGovernment) portal states that in addition to citizens of the Republic of Serbia, both foreign citizens who are residents and those without that status can express interest in getting vaccinated against Covid

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Vaccination of foreign citizens will begin this weekend, and will be taking place at the Belgrade Fair and in Novi Sad, says the director of the Office for IT and eGovernment, Mihailo Jovanovic.

According to him, vaccines will be free of charge for them as well, Tanjug writes.

The Serbian Chamber of Commerce (PKS) announced two days ago that it provided 10,000 vaccines for businesspeople and employees from the region, in cooperation with the Government of Serbia.

PKS President Marko Cadez said at the time that the authorities had already provided vaccines for thousands of our businesspeople and workers, and now 10,000 vaccines are available for companies from the region.

"See you in Belgrade during the weekend," Cadez said earlier in the week, and added that vaccination will be organized for businesspeople and their employees from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Albania, as well as Kosovo and Metohija.

"We are one region, our economies are closely connected and only together we can overcome this scourge," said Cadez.

The eUprava (eGovernment) portal states that in addition to citizens of the Republic of Serbia, both foreign citizens who are residents and those without that status can express interest in getting vaccinated against Covid.

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