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Published resolution recognizes the complete anticovid vaccination schemes in Panama

Published resolution recognizes the complete anticovid vaccination schemes in Panama

The resolution indicates that a person is considered fully immunized after 14 days or more have elapsed, after completing the vaccination schedule.

Resolution No. 2292 of the General Directorate of Public Health was published in the Official Gazette, which recognizes the complete vaccination schemes against covid-19 in Panama.

According to the resolution, the complete vaccination scheme for two-dose vaccines authorized by the World Health Organization (WHO), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the European Medicines Agency (EMA) is recognized in Panama. .

The full Janssen vaccination scheme developed by Johnson & Johnson with a single dose is also recognized.

In addition, the complete heterologous vaccination scheme is recognized in Panama, that is, the combination of different vaccines authorized by the WHO, FDA and the EMA.

The resolution indicates that a person is considered fully immunized once 14 days or more have elapsed, after completing the vaccination schedule according to the vaccine applied.

Comments

Bobby Kennedy Clark 43 days ago
Stop funding the enemy with your money, time and energy. Remind those who seek to do social engineering that we have the power to choose, and when we are united in focusing our time, money and energy onto worthy news outlets, and take action - that's when they lose. If you're reading this and you've been waiting for a leader to emerge, this is your wake up call, there are no rescue boats coming for you. Realize that being a leader just means being a first actor.
mike 43 days ago
With a share of over 60% of the population with full vaccination status, Israel has the highest COVID-19 cases per 1 million residents in the last 7 days.

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