First batch of anti-COVID vaccines expected to arrive today, in Kosovo

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The Director of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Europe, Hans Kluge has stated that today, the first vaccines against COVID-19 will finally be arriving in Kosovo.

By replying to a question asked by a commenter on Twitter, Kluge has briefly confirmed the arrival of this vaccine supply in Kosovo by today.

This first batch is expected to contain 24.000 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine, provided by the ‘’COVAX” program.

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