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As of today, the range of recipients of the coronavirus vaccination was extended to people over 40 years of age and urban public transport drivers. This is how the Bolivian Government resolved it in the midst of a pandemic.

“Vaccination against covid-19 extends to people over 40 years of age, including the entire sector of urban public transport drivers throughout the national territory,” it was announced in an official statement.

New doses

Until before this expansion, only people over 50 years of age with or without underlying diseases, all health personnel, teachers and journalists who carry out news coverage in the streets, among other sectors, could be vaccinated. Meanwhile, a new batch of Covax Pfizer coronavirus vaccines was expected to arrive in the next few hours. It is an initiative sponsored by the UN to supply vaccines to countries with fewer resources.

This week, upon receiving the first dose of his coronavirus vaccine, the Bolivian president Luis Arce, said the country will receive another shipment of 1 million doses of Chinese Sinopharm vaccines in June. Arce, who received the Russian Sputnik V vaccine, said he was vaccinated to encourage more Bolivians to do the same.

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