|Date||12 February 2021 – present|
|Location||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Target||Full immunisation of adults in Bosnia and Herzegovina against COVID-19|
|Participants||882,641 have received one vaccine dose |
720,641 have received both vaccine doses
|Outcome||27.1% of Bosnia and Herzegovina's adult population have received one vaccine dose |
22.1% of Bosnia and Herzegovina's adult population have received both vaccine doses
The COVID-19 vaccination campaign in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a mass immunization campaign that was put in place by the Bosnian authorities in order to respond to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. It started on 12 February 2021.
As of 30 November 2021, 882,641 people received the first dose and 720,641 were fully vaccinated.
There are five types of COVID-19 vaccines currently being used in Bosnia and Herzegovina. As of 7 December 2021, 3,480,260 vaccines doses have arrived to the country.
|Sinopharm BIBP||1.09 million||Yes||Yes|
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