This country will pay its citizens to get vaccinated

This country will pay its citizens to get vaccinated

Serbs who have already been vaccinated or who will be vaccinated before the end of May will receive 25 euros.

This is clearly the first of its kind in the world. In Serbia, the vaccination against Covid-19 pays off. Indeed, according to Le FigaroThe President of the Republic of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, revealed that everyone who is vaccinated will receive 25 euros, and that everyone who will receive by the end of May will be. Its short-term goal: for three million people to receive a dose by the end of the month.

Because Serbia is a good student in terms of vaccination. With a population of about seven million, 1.3 million people have already received at least one dose. But according to our colleagues, interest in an anti-Covid vaccine has decreased in public opinion. Regarding the vaccine strategy, Serbia has used different laboratories, be they Western, Russian or Chinese. President Vucic added, that the vaccine is a “proof of responsibility”, which has gone further in relation to public sector employees: Not all those who have now been infected with the Covid-19 virus and who have not been vaccinated will benefit from compensation during their sick leave.

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