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Apply/Register for Vaccine in Serbia (Covid-19)

Vaccination in Serbia

Foreign citizens without residence in Serbia can also express interest in vaccination against  COVID-19.

We can help you to register for the vaccine, if you can’t get in your country.

Even though Serbia isn’t very big, rich nor powerful in the global scale, authorities managed to source vaccines from several producers. And what is more important, apparently they managed to do that in a timely manner. Since Serbia is still not part of the EU, we are not tied with restrictions and political agendas which prevent other EU member countries from acquiring vaccines from Russian and Chinese vendors. On the other hand, there were no limits to purchase vaccines from Western producers as well. The first vaccine that was approved in Serbia was Pfizer-Biontech, and right after that Russian Sputnik V and Chinese Sinofarm. Now we have five different vaccines registered.

These vaccines are available for vaccination in Serbia:

  • Pfizer-Biontech
  • Sputnik V
  • Sinofarm
  • AstraZeneca
  • Moderna

In order to get vaccinated, both locals and foreigners use the same process. The first step is to “show the interest in the vaccination process against COVID-19” by filling out the form.

After you complete the form and submit it, you’ll get confirmation to your email. Note that this is just a form where you show interest and apply for the type of vaccine(s) you would like to get immunized with. It doesn’t guarantee that you’ll get the invitation, or how quick you’ll get it. One of the factors is availability of the vaccine(s) that you selected during the registration process. If the one(s) that you selected is(are) available, you can expect to receive email and SMS with QR code within a few days. If not, you need to wait until it is. At this moment vaccines are free even for foreign citizens.

On the day of vaccination, show up at appointed time with filled out form which you’ll receive to your email together with the appointment invitation. The process is well organized. Even on the busiest days the entire process doesn’t last longer than 30 min.

After you get the jab, you’ll get both a paper and electronic vaccination certificate. Also, you’ll receive an SMS with the information about the second jab waiting period. The period between the first and second jab depends on the respective vaccine. It varies from two to eight (even twelve weeks).

If you need an assistance to get through the process we can assist with the following:

  • Filling out the application form
  • Airport transfers
  • Transfers to the vaccination ground
  • English speaking guide assistance
  • Local phone number for application
  • Accommodation reservation