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EC intends to ramp up Pfizer vaccine deliveries in Q2Prime Minister Andrej Plenković said on Wednesday that the European Commission in cooperation with the EU member-states was trying to ramp up the deliveries of Pfizer COVID vaccines in the second quarter of 2021. 14.04.2021. | News
Croatian pensioners to receive extra payment as COVID relief in coming weeksPrime Minister Andrej Plenković said on Monday that an agreement has been reached with pensioners' representatives regarding COVID relief that will be paid to about 850,000 seniors in the end of April or early May. 13.04.2021. | News
PM, HBK officials say relations between gov't, Roman Catholic Church goodPM Andrej Plenković on Monday met with officials of the Croatian Bishops' Conference (HBK) to discuss current topics and they expressed satisfaction with the good relations between the government and the Roman Catholic Church. 12.04.2021. | News
Procedure for green passports could be finished by summerPrime Minister Andrej Plenković on Monday expressed confidence that the procedure regarding so-called green passports could be finished by the summer, estimating that, with the vaccine doses expected to arrive, Croatia could vaccinate half of its population by the end of June. 12.04.2021. | News
Minister condemns attempted attack on social workers in Ivanić GradFamily and Social Policy Minister Josip Aladrović on Thursday condemned an incident which happened at the Ivanić Grad Social Welfare Centre, when a disgruntled beneficiary tried to attack a social worker but was prevented by a security guard. 08.04.2021. | News
Personal responsibility remains the strongest countermeasurePrime Minister Andrej Plenković said on Thursday that two weeks after he, Parliament Speaker Gordan Jandroković and Health Minister Vili Beroš received an AstraZeneca COVID-19 shot, they did not have any problems, meaning that the vaccine is reliable and should be used. 08.04.2021. | News
Beroš: EU ministers agree there are no grounds for suspension of AstraZeneca vaccineHealth Minister Vili Beroš said on Thursday that at their video meeting on Wednesday EU health ministers had reiterated that the benefits of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine were greater than its potential risks and that for now there were no grounds for suspension of its use. 08.04.2021. | News
Different practices undermine the reputation of a vaccine, consolidated position is the most importantPM Andrej Plenković said on Wednesday, in a comment on the decision the European Medicines Agency is expected to make on the age groups for which the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine is acceptable. 07.04.2021. | News
Beroš: Drug suppliers clearly told gov't wants to settle debt problemHealth Minister Vili Beroš said on Tuesday that today's meeting with drug wholesalers was a clear sign that the government wanted to solve the debt problem, while Finance Minister Zdravko Marić said additional payments might be made so that drug supply ran smoothly. 07.04.2021. | News
Health minister, PM talk COVID measures, vaccination with county repsHealth Minister Vili Beroš said on Tuesday that today's video meeting between Prime Minister Andrej Plenković and county representatives discussed COVID-19 measures and vaccination so that counties could prepare for receiving larger vaccine quantities. 06.04.2021. | News