Slovenian Prime Minister Janice Jansa announced that mass vaccination against covid-19 will begin in Slovenia on Monday, which will enable a larger number of distributed vaccines and introduce centralization of vaccination registration and vaccination records platform.
Janša said in a Twitter post: “Everyone between the ages of 18 and 50 will be vaccinated from Monday. By summer, we will provide enough vaccines for everyone else.” He added that Slovenia will provide more than 450,000 doses of vaccine vaccine, followed by a large number.
Yang Sha said to the public: “Let us be responsible for ourselves and others, receive vaccinations, and endure for a few more weeks-a normal summer is waiting for us.”
The Minister of Health Janez Poklukar sent out an optimistic message that the third pandemic is coming on Thursday, showing a unique national platform that will be able to better manage the vaccination process and enable citizens to apply.
As for the current epidemiology, he said that there are still a few weeks before the green phase, when most restrictions will be lifted. “We have noticed that the number of new infections is slowly but relatively steadily declining. We are now at the peak of the third wave, with a few weeks away from the green phase,” Poklukar said.
Poklukar said that the optimism is that the number of reproduction of the virus is between 0.95 and 1, but the number of rabies patients in hospitals is relatively large. Although there has been a decline in recent days, the number of hospitalizations today is higher than that of the third wave. The top is a hundred times less.
The new application was implemented from the experimental stage. It will reduce the administration time required for vaccination by four times and citizens can apply. According to the person in charge, from now on, the vaccination process will be fully digitalized at the national level. The data in the previous application of the vaccine application will also be entered into the new application, so that people who have already registered the vaccine with their family doctor or have been vaccinated in other ways do not have to reapply.
The number of people receiving at least one dose of the vaccine is currently 449,475, accounting for 21.4% of the total population.
According to the government, in the past 24 hours, Slovenia has confirmed 774 cases of coronavirus infection, performed 4228 PCR tests, accounting for 18.3% of the total number of tests, and another 3 patients died from the consequences of covida-19.
At present, the hospital has a total of 560 homozygous mixed patients, of which 140 are in the intensive care unit, and the number of hospitalizations per day has been reduced by 4.1%. Since the beginning of the epidemic, the death toll has increased to a total of 4,279.