Croatia supplies 10,000 vaccines to Montenegro

The Croatian Ministry of Health has confirmed that the delivery of a donation of 50,000 doses of covid-19 vaccines to neighboring countries — Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo — has begun.

The donation will be delivered over four days, until June 7, and contains a total of 50,000 doses of vaccines, has learned from the Ministry of Health.

Recipients do not bear the costs

Ten thousand doses each go to Montenegro and Kosovo, the government decided a month ago.

30,000 doses of AstraZenek vaccine are intended for BiH, 15,000 for the University Clinical Hospital in Mostar, and the other 15,000 doses for appropriate health care institutions in BiH.

The Ministry of Health of Croatia states that the recipient country does not bear any costs related to deliveries and that the financial resources are provided in the state budget for 2021.

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