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Mexico, Chile and other Latin American countries start COVID-19 vaccination

by YCPress

December 25 According to an AFP report on the 24th, many countries in Latin America have recently started COVID-19 vaccination, among which Mexico and Chile will start vaccination on the 24th, and Argentina will officially start vaccination on the 28th.

Mexico’s first coronavirus vaccination (AFP)

It is reported that Mexico received the first batch of 3,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine on the 23rd. The first person to be vaccinated was a 59-year-old nurse.

Mexico purchased a number of coronavirus vaccines, including 35 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine developed by China Consino Biotechnology International. Chile received 10,000 doses of the first batch of COVID-19 on the 24th.

Miao, the first vaccinated was a 46-year-old female nurse. According to the official vaccination plan, Chile will first vaccinate medical staff in 2021, then the elderly and chronically ill patients, and finally the general population.

Chilean President Pinheira said that 30 million doses of coronavirus vaccine will be guaranteed; Argentina is also in 2 On the 4th, the first batch of 300,000 doses of COVID-19 was received. The Argentine government plans to purchase a total of 51 million doses of vaccine.

According to the plan, the first batch of vaccines are medical staff, followed by the elderly, security forces and relevant people in teaching institutions.

According to the report, other Latin American countries will also start to vaccinate against the novel coronavirus.

According to the announcement of ministries of health, as of the 24th, there were 12,000 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Mexico, with a total of 1.36 million confirmed cases; 2,395 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Chile, with a total of 590,000 confirmed cases; 8,586 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Argentina, with a total of 1.57 million confirmed cases.