Vili Beros: That “So Long, Corona” Moment is Edging Ever Closer

Lauren Simmonds

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As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, Health Minister Vili Beros said at a government session held on Thursday that so far, almost 29 percent of the Croatian adult population has been vaccinated with a single dose, and eight percent of those people have been vaccinated fully, meaning that they have received both doses of one of the vaccines effective against the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2.

A total of 1,571,650 doses of vaccine have arrived in the Republic of Croatia so far, more than 46,000 doses were administered on the 12th of this month, and more than 1,230,000 doses have been administered since the start of the vaccination rollout which began earlier this year, Vili Beros said.

“We’re recording a promising trend and increasing the number of vaccinated people, as well as significantly fewer newly infected people. The daily report on the number of infected people shows that people continuously place their trust in trust the profession,” he said.

”Mass vaccination points across the country are an indicator of the organisation, unity and efficiency of the Croatian healthcare system,” said Vili Beros, before thanking all of the vaccinators and volunteers in the field making sure the pandemic comes to an end as soon as possible.

“On the eve of the arrival of summer holidays, with each additional dose, we’re closer to the circumstances that we can say ‘so long, corona’ (adio korona) according to the action soon to take place of the same name, which will take place in the City of Split in two days,” concluded Vili Beros.

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