By: J.S., STA
Roughly 7,600 people got their coronavirus jabs on Sunday as the nation-wide campaign kicked off in a bid to ramp up Slovenia’s vaccination rate.
By far the largest share got booster shots. Visiting a vaccination centre in Maribor, Health Minister Janez Poklukar was happy with the turnout. “Yesterday, 33 times as many Slovenian residents as the Sunday before were vaccinated,” he said. Of those, 486 got their first jab, 561 had their second and the rest got boosters.