The new shipment with a total of 70,200 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine from the pharmaceutical company Pfizer arrived in Panama this Tuesday, May 11.
This new batch of vaccines arrived at the Tocumen International Airport from where they will be transferred to the Expanded Program on Immunization (PAI), for their subsequent distribution to the different regions of the country where they will be applied.
With these 70,200 new doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, the Ministry of Health (Minsa) will continue with the vaccination operation (PanavaC-19), through which it aims to immunize more than 3 million people in Panama.
Here is a breakdown of the deliveries made by Pfizer to Panama:
- January 20: 12,840 doses
- February 17: 67,860 doses
- February 24: 77,220 doses
- March 3: 87,550 doses
- March 10: 42,210 doses
- March 16: 63,180 doses
- March 24: 70,200 doses
- March 30: 36,270 doses
- April 5: 77,220 doses
- April 14: 77,220 doses
- April 20: 77,220 doses
- April 27: 78,390 doses
- May 4: 70,200 doses
- May 12: 70,200 doses
It is worth mentioning that this Tuesday, a new shipment with 74,400 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine from the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca is also scheduled to arrive, through the Covax mechanism.
In Panama, some 775,995 doses of the vaccine against COVID-19 have been applied since January 20 to date, this according to data from the Expanded Program on Immunization (PAI).
Citizens can verify themselves to be vaccinated through the registration link: FORM; in the verification link: VERIFÍCATE, ROSA, or through the attention line 177.