Free vaccination of citizens from neighboring countries continues in Serbia, with Macedonian citizens flocking to Vranje over the weekend to get the Covid-19 jab, and the citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina getting vaccinated in Loznica, RTS reported.

According to the Serbian public broadcaster, during the weekend 753 Macedonian citizens applied for vaccination in Vranje, who will be getting the Pfizer vaccine. So far, 1,105 citizens of the Republic of Macedonia have been vaccinated in Vranje, and 836 people have received both doses.

On Thursday, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic asked the government to enable free vaccination to all Macedonian citizens, but the Serbian government, as was the case with BiH citizens, has not yet made a decision on free vaccination of Macedonian citizens.