To protect their own and others’ health, the Ministry of Health encouraged citizens to get vaccinated as soon as possible. AntiCOVID vaccines significantly reduce the risk of infection, hospitalization, and death.
At health centers, any citizen over the age of 12 can be vaccinated.
MSHMS encourages all citizens who have already received two doses of vaccination to go to a health center or a focused vaccination point for the third dose of reinforcement vaccination.
Citizens over the age of 60, as well as those with low immunity who have waited 4-6 months since the third dose, can receive the fourth dose of the anti-Covid vaccine if their family doctor recommends it.
If you suspect COVID19 or are experiencing symptoms, isolate yourself immediately and contact your family doctor as soon as possible for testing, or call the National Emergency Line at 127.
Here’s an update on what’s happened in the last 24 hours: There were 188 tests performed, with 12 citizens from the following municipalities receiving positive COVID19 results:
Tirana has 8, Kumanovo has 2, and Vlora and Kolonje each have one.
In the country, Covid19 has 292 active cases.
4 patients are currently being treated at COVID3 Hospital. No one has died as a result of Sars-Cov2 in the last 24 hours.
In the last 24 hours, 21 citizens have recovered, bringing the total number of healed to 272,626 since the outbreak began.
Data and statistics (6 June 2022)
New cases: 12