Tourists in Albania get access to medical care 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week

Tourists in Albania get access to medical care 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week

Prime Minister Edi Rama stated on social media that anyone who chooses to visit the mountains or the beaches will have access to 24-hour health care. The president emphasized that everything is being done to ensure a safe tourist season. He added that 29 health centres are open 24 hours a day, seven days a…

Albania, as a member of the United Nations Security Council, will contribute to the strengthening of WHO

Albania, as a member of the United Nations Security Council, will contribute to the strengthening of WHO

Ilir Meta, President of the Republic, has stated that improving global public health is a priority in order to avoid future pandemics. According to the president, Albania’s priority as a member of the UN Security Council is to help strengthen the WHO as the world’s leading authority on health. The president made the remarks today…

The current administration has repealed a law that prohibited the importation of drugs from outside the European Union

The current administration has repealed a law that prohibited the importation of drugs from outside the European Union

On Tuesday afternoon, Democratic Party leader Sali Berisha kept a discussion with doctors to discuss health-care issues. According to Sali Berisha, the Rama administration’s first law change after taking power prohibited the import of drugs not traded in the European Union. According to the Democratic Party leader, his party approved a law that allows medicines…

Covid-19 is absent in two of Albania’s twelve regions

Covid-19 is absent in two of Albania’s twelve regions

In Albania, 341 people have active Covid-19 infections, while two counties, Kukes and Diber, are completely free of Covid from 12. The majority of the cases, according to the Health Ministry, are in Tirana 233, with 41 people testing positive in the last 24 hours nationwide. Even though only three people are hospitalized, the disease’s…

A EUR 25 million loan to benefit Albanian healthcare

A EUR 25 million loan to benefit Albanian healthcare

Albania’s government announced a EUR 25 million loan to improve hospital infrastructure, buy new medical equipment, and digitise data. Despite cynicism from opposition, the parliamentary health committee approved a draft law “on the ratification of a loan agreement between the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the Republic of Albania ” on Monday (6…

A case of monkeypox has been discovered near Albania

A case of monkeypox has been discovered near Albania

EDUART HALILI Region, This Wednesday, Albania confirmed its first monkeypox case. According to health officials, the infected patient is a man who has previously visited Portugal. After doctors noticed symptoms of monkeypox, he went for check-ups and special tests. He is in stable condition and is being treated by doctors. According to the authorities’ notification,…

Albania ranks second in the region in terms of COVID support.

Albania ranks second in the region in terms of COVID support.

According to a report, Albania trailed only Montenegro in terms of GDP percentage in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic and the post-war price crisis caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. According to the World Bank, the Albanian government provided the region’s needy with the second-lowest amount of COVID-19 assistance. Only 0.3 percent of GDP…

COVID-19: 12 infected citizens, no deaths in the last 24 hours

COVID-19: 12 infected citizens, no deaths in the last 24 hours

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…

COVID-19 has infected 53 people in the country, although no deaths have been reported in the last 24 hours

COVID-19 has infected 53 people in the country, although no deaths have been reported in the last 24 hours

Residents are being urged to be vaccinated as soon as possible by the Ministry of Health in order to protect their own and others’ health. Anti-COVID immunizations reduce the risk of infection, hospitalization, and death by a large amount. Every individual above the age of 12 can get vaccinated at health centers. According to MSMHS,…

Convert CDC Card to EU COVID Digital Certificate

Convert CDC Card to EU COVID Digital Certificate

Go paperless (and global) with your immunization evidence. After the Omicron wave, the world can reopen. Another approach may require all travelers to have a verified ‘vaccine passport’ to dine in restaurants, book hotels, utilize public transportation, and participate in other activities. Reinstating mandatory vaccine passports would be problematic for Americans, as the lack of…

Covid-19 has infected 50 people in Albania, with no fatalities in the last 24 hours

Covid-19 has infected 50 people in Albania, with no fatalities in the last 24 hours

Here is an update on what has occurred in the last 24 hours: 717 tests were conducted, with 50 citizens in the following municipalities receiving positive COVID19 results: Tirana has 27, Fier has 8, Lusnje has 3, Gramsh has 1, and so does Korca, Kumanovo, Vlora, Divjaka, Patos, Roskovec, and Berat. Covid19 has 288 active…

Covid-19- Albania has 77 citizens cured cases within the last 24 hours

Covid-19- Albania has 77 citizens cured cases within the last 24 hours

The last 24 hrs, has seen no deaths as a result of the coronavirus, and 77 people have been cured. The Health Ministry reported that 51 of 710 people tested positive. There are presently 287 Covid19 citizens in the country, with three patients getting treatment at COVID3 Hospital. “Here’s an update on what’s happened in…

Only 20 infected citizens have been registered in the last 24 hours for Covid-19

Only 20 infected citizens have been registered in the last 24 hours for Covid-19

In the last 24 hours, 20 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in Albania. There were no casualties during this time period, according to the Ministry of Health. COVID3 hospital is currently treating three patients. Twenty people have been cured in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of people cured since the…