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Which vaccine should I choose? Serbia gives citizens choice of four coronavirus jabs

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Which would you prefer? In Serbia, people can select any of four jabs: the one developed by Pfizer-BioNTech, China’s Sinopharm, Russia’s Sputnik V and Oxford-Astrazeneca's.

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