Acting Minister of Health, Armend Zemaj said that he is continuing his commitment to provide the anti-COVID vaccine
During the meeting of the committee for assessing the situation with the pandemic, Zemaj said that there are difficulties in the supply of vaccines, reports Zeri.info.
“The commitment to get the vaccine is a daily, national commitment and not only mine as Minister of Health but also to international partners. It is obvious that there are difficulties in the supply of vaccines, in addition to insisting on direct purchase, above all the promises we had with the producers, communication is still ongoing, especially with those who had statements for the month of February “, declared Zemaj.
He said that the COVAX alliance, which is expected to supply Kosovo with the first anti-COVID vaccines, has confirmed that the quantity for our country will be in production during March, while he did not give a date when the first contingent of tire.
“The part related to the COVAX alliance, we have received confirmation that the quantity for Kosovo will be in production during March, we are waiting for it is daily communication through UNICEF and other mechanisms. “Kosovo, the immunization community, the MoH, and the NIPHK have the preparations, we have implemented the plan and everything is in accordance with the standards and rules for vaccination”, he said.