Immunisation for the coronavirus will undoubtedly mark the year ahead. Public discourse research in Serbia, throughout Europe and the rest of the world, convey that the management of the pandemic led to increased public distrust of government institutions. Eventually, this led to a considerable amount of suspicion in the vaccines against the COVID-19. According to the latest research, only 46% of people in Serbia, would get vaccinated if it was recommended by a professional.
This panel discussion will be centred around public distrust and potential strategies for informing the public about public health topics. Furthermore, in order to additionally inform the public, this panel will include experts who will explain the specifics of each approved COVID-19 vaccine. How the EU is helping Serbia in achieving this endeavour will also be discussed.
- H.E. Sem Fabrizi, Ambassador and Head of Delegation of the European Union in Serbia
- Prof. Dr Zoran Radovanović, epidemiologist
- Dr Marco Cavaleri, Head of Health Treats and Vaccine Strategy at the European Medicines Agency (EMA)
- Prof. Dr Dušan Popadić, Head of the Department of Immunology at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade
- Srđan Majstorović, Chairman of the Governing Board, CEP
Moderator: Jelena Petrović, N1
Closing remarks: Logistic organisation of vaccination
- Mihailo Jovanović, Director of Office for Information Technologies and e-Government
Q&A (20 minutes)
Please register for participation via the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bAFz_I1jS_SsEmwH1XoYmw
* The working language of the event is Serbian. Simultaneous translation to English will be provided.
The event will be broadcast live via Facebook on the EU u Srbiji and Centar za evropske politike pages.