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Panama will donate more than 243,000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccine to countries in the region

Panama will donate more than 243,000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccine to countries in the region

The AstraZeneca vaccine doses donated by Panama will be distributed in countries of the region, through PAHO.
This Thursday, October 14, Resolution 113 was promulgated in the Official Gazette, which recommends the donation of vaccines against COVID-19, in favor of Central American and Caribbean countries, as solidarity and humanitarian support.

This recommendation, made by the Council of Operation Panavac-19, is taken considering that in Panama, according to the Ministry of Health (Minsa), 75.8% of the population that can be vaccinated has been inoculated with two doses; 4,899,314 correspond to doses of the Pfizer vaccine and 752,699 from AstraZeneca.

In addition, 4,909 of third doses have been applied to immunosuppressed patients; and 11,813 are third booster doses.

The booster doses will be applied to all citizens of the country who have received two doses of the anticovid vaccine.
Comments

Oh ya 1 day ago
Well i guess it is getting to be a hard sell to get more people to take the jab. Good they are giving it away so its out of this country and there are stupid people in other countries willing to be a lab rat for big pharma
mike 1 day ago
The good thing is that 243,000 people in Panama are spared from this poison.

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