Manastirliu: Albania has started with plan 'B' of anti-Covid measures, 5.5 million vaccines are expected to come in the first 6 months of next year
The Minister of Health and Social Protection Ogerta Manastirliu spoke today during her speech in the Assembly about the agreement that is expected to be made between the Council of Ministers of Albania and the Development Bank of the Council of Europe. Manastirliu demanded that the Assembly approve this agreement which would be a support for mitigating the effects of the pandemic in Albania.
The Minister of Health said that Albania has now started a plan "B" of measures to prevent the spread of the virus, therefore appealed for vaccination and stressed that in the middle of next year is expected to come over 5.5 million vaccines.
"Over 5.5 million vaccines are guaranteed, which will come within the first 6 months of 2022. The vaccine is guaranteed for every citizen. We have an increase in the use of vaccines compared to three months ago and we started on December 3 with the boosting dose. We need to increase protection against new variants. Vaccination with the third dose increases protection. It's time to have a new impetus for a safe winter to deal with the risk of the virus. We have moved to a "B" plan of measures to prevent the spread of the virus. Even with all the measures for presenting the vaccination card for the administration and employees in shopping centers starting from January 4, or with the vaccination test "said Manastirliu.