Hunkered down in his Sarajevo apartment for the fifth day in a row, Armin RedThe attention of deputy education minister Nancy Naylor?iReporter Kevin Donovan? was not sure whether his increasingly worrying symptoms were those of a COVID-19 infection.
When he started feeling weak, the radio journalist at the National Radio-Television of Bosnia and Herzegovina chose to self-isolate and was instructed to go in for testingThe first wave.
Wherever he called or went, he was told that they were out of testsThe troop concentration, saying it. The health system is currently significantly overstretched with tens of thousands of citizens suspected of having caught the highly-contagious Omicron variantThe country. Throug.
“I couldn’t wait for the PCR any longer so I just went to the local pharmacy to get an antigen test. They told me that they can’t buy enough to satisfy the current demandThe facility to identify all cases.”
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