The active principle for the manufacture of Sputnik V arrived in Argentina

While The authorities continue to analyze how to finish the treatment of those who were immunized against the coronavirus with the first dose of the Russian vaccine Sputnik V but they still cannot complete the scheme due to the shortage of component 2, new doses of the serum arrive tonight.

As officially reported, this Tuesday at 20:22 an Aerolineas Argentinas plane from Moscow arrived at Ezeiza Airport, with a stopover in Rome, loaded with 709,085 Sputnik V vaccines (359,085 doses of component 1 and 350,000 of component 2). In this way, Argentina will have received a total of 25,706,730 vaccines to combat Covid-19.

This is the twenty-seventh operation carried out by the flag line in search of vaccines and which allows the strong progress of the immunization campaign that the Government is deploying throughout the country to continue.

Also, the same plane that arrives tonight He will return to Russia this week in search of more doses.

With the arrival of 350,000 doses of component 2, the schedules will begin to be completed this week vaccination you can, since They must be distributed proportionally to the population, in each of the provinces.

So far, 24,997,645 doses have arrived in the country. Of these, 9,415,745 correspond to Sputnik V, (7,875,585 for component 1 and 1,540,160 for component 2); six million to the Sinopharm laboratory; 580,000 to Astrazeneca-Covishield, 1,944,000 to Astrazeneca through the WHO COVAX mechanism, and 7,057,900 to Astrazeneca and Oxford, the active ingredient of which was produced in Argentina.

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