Nearly 430,000 Serb citizens were given both doses of the vaccine, ranking the country first in Europe.
According to the latest government figures, 1,230,836 coronavirus vaccinations were carried out in Serbia, of which 428,202 received both doses of the vaccine.
According to the number of vaccinations per million inhabitants, Serbia is second in Europe, after Great Britain, while according to the number of vaccinations per million inhabitants, the country is first in Europe, followed by Malta and Denmark.
Globally, Serbia ranks 6th in the number of vaccines per million inhabitants, after Israel, the Seychelles, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United States.
In terms of the number of people vaccinated with the second dose per million inhabitants, Serbia is first in Europe, followed by Malta, Denmark and Iceland, while globally Serbia is third, after Israel and the Seychelles, and after Serbia, and followed by the US and Malta.
In the region of Southeast Europe, Serbia ranks first in the number of vaccines per million inhabitants, followed by Romania, Slovenia, Hungary, Croatia, Bulgaria and Albania.
Serbia ranks first in the region in terms of the number of second-dose vaccinations per million inhabitants, followed by Romania, Slovenia, Hungary, Croatia, Bulgaria and Albania.
According to the total number of first and second dose vaccines, Serbia is the second country in the region, after Romania.
Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said today that Serbia had succeeded in mass immunizing the population and supplying various types of vaccines, but that did not mean the end of the fight against the epidemic.
In a Twitter post, she called on all citizens to remain responsible and abide by the measures and reminded that the first dose of the vaccine does not protect against the virus.
“Only with joint efforts, if we persevere, can we win,” said Prime Minister Brnabic.