From: Exit Staff
Albania Begins Administering Boosters and Vaccines for Under 18

Starting Monday, teenagers over 16 and children under 12 with health problems are eligible to receive the vaccine. Furthermore, those over 60 can receive a booster shot.

The announcement was made last month, but entered into force on November 1.

Teenagers over 16 can visit a vaccination center to receive a jab, while those over 12 require parental approval and the recommendation of a pediatrician.

900,000 of Albanians have been fully vaccinated so far, or roughly 32% of the population.

The vaccination rate has stalled, particularly among the younger age bracket, and specifically university students.