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Panama receives 375,570 new doses of Pfizer's anticovid vaccine

Panama receives 375,570 new doses of Pfizer's anticovid vaccine

This is the thirty-third batch of Pfizer vaccine that the country receives to continue with its immunization strategy at the national level.
This Wednesday, September 8, Panama received a new batch of the vaccine against covid-19 from the American pharmaceutical company Pfizer with 375,570 doses.

This is the thirty-third batch of Pfizer vaccine that the country receives to continue with its immunization strategy at the national level.

As of today, the Ministry of Health (Minsa) began phase 4 of vaccination, by means of the sweeping modality, for the general population from the age of 12, in the headquarters assigned by provinces.

In this phase, 400,316 doses are expected to be applied until September 12.

According to the Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) to date, 5,015,092 doses have been placed in Panama, including first and second doses of both Pfizer and AstraZeneca.

About 4,283,633 doses of Pfizer's covid-19 vaccine and about 731,459 from AstraZeneca have been applied.
Comments

mike 17 days ago
If you want to do something good for public health then send the drugs back.

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