According to EPI data, from January to date in Panama a total of 2,803,185 doses of vaccines against COVID-19 have been applied.
A new shipment with a total of 375,570 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine
from the pharmaceutical company Pfizer
arrived in Panama this Tuesday, August 3.
This is the twenty-eighth batch of Pfizer
anticovid vaccines that is delivered to Panama as part of the strategy to continue the vaccination process contemplated in Operation PanavaC-19.
This new batch of vaccines arrived at the Tocumen International Airport where it was received by the directors of the health regions of Panama North and Panama West, Sara Castañeda and Kevin Cedeño
. From this point, the vaccines are transferred to the Expanded Immunization Program (PAI), for their subsequent distribution to the different regions of the country where they will be applied.
According to the EPI data, from January to date, a total of 2,803,185 doses of the different vaccines against COVID-19 have been applied in Panama.
During this week, Operation PanavaC-19 is scheduled to continue with the vaccination process in circuits 1-1 Bocas del Toro; 2-3 Cocle; 8-5 Panama West; and 8-9 Panama North.
Likewise, the application of the second doses will be carried out in circuits 8-8 San Francisco; 7-1 Los Santos; and to patients and people with some degree of disability who reside in these provinces.