The coronavirus pandemic has also given criminal groups an opportunity to monetize people’s fears at a time when drugs were in the hope. It is terribly dangerous, we hope that it will not happen in our country and that something like this will not happen – said Pavle Zelic from the Serbian Medicines and Medical Devices Agency (ALIMS) on the program “Usijanje” on Kurir TV.
After announcing that two coronavirus vaccines, “Pfizer” and “Sputnik V”, would be available on the Serbian market by the end of the year, the international police organization Interpol warned all its members, including Serbia, that criminals could try to sell fake vaccines that can be life-threatening!
Read in today’s Kurir what criminologists think about this dangerous intent, how the mafia will try to bring fake vaccines to the market, and how to spot these deadly offers.
DON’T MISS THE NEW RELEASE OF THE LENA FAMILY STORE TODAY! WINTER IS COMING, KEEP YOUR JOINTS: Young people, not just the elderly, should be taken care of
And this week only with a gift from Kurir – the best family magazine in Serbia!
In cold weather, many people have joint problems and they should be taken care of by young people, not only the elderly.
In the new Lena, read how to protect your ponds in winter. Many, when they reach a certain age, utter the sentence, “Eh, I can turn back the time” … Don’t let your life pass in remorse.
Be careful with decorations for the new year, everything must be fine.
Plus an interview with Slobodan Bodo Ninkovic: We are chasing, but we don’t know why.
Author: Jelena Pronić