19 July 2021
Skopje – Nearly 1,800 children aged 12-17 will receive the Pfizer vaccine after their parents/foster parents signed them up at the vakcinacija.mk site as North Macedonia starts inoculating its younger population against the coronavirus in parallel with adults.
Skopje – An earthquake with an epicenter in Albania, 160km southwest of Skopje, was registered at 00:21h, said the Seismological Observatory within the Skopje-based Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics on Monday.
Ohrid – Macedonian musicians Stojan Dimov (clarinet) and Dino Imeri (piano) will hold a concert Monday evening in St. Sophia Church within Ohrid Summer Festival.
Adenau – German Chancellor Angela Merkel said the government will work hand in hand with the regions of western Germany hit by the floods to rebuild devastated communities.
Brussels – The Slovenian Olympic team have offered to carry the European Union flag alongside their national flag at the Olympic Games opening ceremony in Tokyo.
Moscow – Russian advocacy organization Komanda 29 has suspended its work for fear of prosecution, it said on Sunday in a statement on Telegram.
Tokyo – The majority of the Japanese public do not believe the assurances of Olympics organizers that the Olympic Games will be safe, according to a survey published Monday.