April 12th local time, Vesic, deputy mayor of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, said on his social media that as of the 11th, a total of 53,507 people in Belgrade had been vaccinated against the novel coronavirus, accounting for 37.7% of the city’s total adult population. Of these, 356,768 people were vaccinated with two doses, accounting for 25.4% of the total adult population. In terms of the sex ratio of vaccination, 46% are men and 53% are women. The average age of the vaccinated population is 59.5 years old.
Vesic said that 339,039 people in the city were vaccinated against the novel coronavirus vaccine of China National Pharmaceutical Group, 71,109 people were vaccinated with Russian “satellite V” vaccine, 74,849 people were vaccinated with Pfizer, and 45,510 people were vaccinated against AstraZeneca.