SARAJEVO, July 26 (FENA) – The FBiH Assistant Minister of Health Goran Čerkez told reporters after a meeting between representatives of the FBiH and Cantonal Ministries of Health, the FBiH and Cantonal Institutes of Public Health, and representatives of the World Health Organization told the media that they expect more people to get vaccinated in the coming period.
“All restrictive measures will depend on the number of the people who will get vaccinated. A large number of vaccines are coming. We expect 30 percent of people to be vaccinated by the fall, and with that figure, we will come close to the total percentage of 40 percent and have a more stable situation,” stated Čerkez.
We will ensure these conditions, and it is up to the cantons to act on today’s recommendations, which will, most likely tomorrow, become orders.
– Tomorrow, we will turn all those recommendations into decrees, in order to have a unified situation and actions on the entire territory of the Federation of BiH. We agreed to re-establish a little better monitoring than we currently have, although the epidemiological situation is completely stable,” Čerkez pointed out.