COVID-19 vaccination in Croatia

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People waiting to receive the vaccine on mass vaccination point in Zaprešić, Croatia

During the COVID-19 pandemic in Croatia, vaccination against COVID-19 began on 27 December 2020. [2] The Croatian government ordered vaccines together with the EU. 8.7 million doses have been ordered. [3] As of 17 November 2021, 1,873,073 people were fully vaccinated, [4] corresponding to a 48% vaccination rate of the country's population. [5]

Vaccines on order [6]
VaccineOriginDoses orderedApprovalDeployment
Pfizer/BioNTech US/Germany1 millionGreen check.svg 21 December 2020Green check.svg 26 December 2020
Moderna US1 millionGreen check.svg 6 January 2021Green check.svg 12 January 2021
Oxford/AstraZeneca UK/Sweden2.7 millionGreen check.svg 29 January 2021Green check.svg 7 February 2021
Janssen Netherlands/Israel900 000Green check.svg 11 March 2021Pending
Novavax USPendingPending
CureVac GermanyPendingPending
Valneva FrancePendingPending
Sanofi–GSK France/UKPendingPending
Total8.7 million

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