As Russian tourists fly into the country on special flights solely to get vaccinated with a vaccine that is recognised by the European Union (EU) and most likely to get their hands on the much desired EU covid certificate, the situation with the domicile population hasn’t really been all that impressive when it comes to vaccination. Mass vaccination points have been set up in many locations nationwide, but some are still lagging.
The new rules surrounding Croatian covid certificates, the arrival of the Omicron variant and Croatia’s recently high infection and death rate appears, however, to have pushed more to get vaccinated.
As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, the Croatian Institute of Public Health has published an updated version of the interactive Croatian vaccination rate map for the country’s cities, municipalities and counties. Municipalities with a lower percentage of vaccinated residents are marked in the dark red shades.
The lighter shades of orange and yellow are those that have a slightly higher vaccination rate, and now most of the country’s municipalities are in this group.
The bold orange colour represents a vaccination rate of 30 to 39 percent and a slightly lighter shade of orange represents a Croatian vaccination rate of 40 to 49 percent.
The yellow colour marks out the locations in which 50 to 59 percent of the population is vaccinated.
You can see view the updated version of the interactive Croatian vaccination rate map by clicking here.
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