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More than two million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine against the coronavirus will arrive in the country next Monday, as reported by the Minister of Health, Carla Vizzotti.

“We keep adding. Today they confirmed that this Monday another 2,148,600 doses from Argentina’s bilateral agreement with AstraZeneca arrive in the country “, the Minister published this Thursday at the last minute on her Twitter account.

As specified, The flight is scheduled to land at Ezeiza airport on Monday at 7:55 am.

In this way, Argentina “will thus exceed 17 million vaccines,” which are 17 million hopes, “said Vizzotti in your post.

“This week we received 2,785,200 doses to accelerate the strategic vaccination plan, its distribution is already underway in the 24 jurisdictions of Argentina. We keep counting. And we also count on you. Let’s continue taking care of ourselves “, the Twitter thread concluded.

Vizzotti and the presidential adviser Cecilia Nicolini are in Cuba, to learn from the health authorities and researchers of that country the progress of the development of the Abdala and Soberana vaccines.

Previously, the officials were in Mexico after this week Presidents Alberto Fernández and Andres López Obrador announced the start of distribution of AstraZeneca vaccines produced in Latin America for Latin America.

“With this joint action we are promoting fair and equitable access in our countries and from the entire Region to vaccines, “said Vizzotti.

“We believe in the integration of our America and in the value of the solidarity exchange of experiences and concrete actions that favor the well-being of the peoples. We have a common history and the work for the Health of all and all also unites us, “he added.

Source: Télam

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