Recibe Nicaragua más de un millón de dosis de vacunas cubanas anticovid

Managua: Nicaragua received 1.2 million doses of the coronavirus vaccines developed by Cuba and whose emergency use was approved by the authorities of the Central American country.

The batch of the Abdala and Soberana 02 vaccines is the first shipment of the three planned before the end of the year, reaching a total of seven million doses agreed between the two countries, the Cuban ambassador to Nicaragua, Juan Carlos Hernández indicated.

According to Radio Habana Cuba, the Nicaraguan Minister of Health, Martha Reyes, pointed out that the supply of vaccines will be used for immunization against the coronavirus in children between two and 17 years old.

Vice President Rosario Murillo recalled that vaccination “is voluntary” for all parents who want to take their children to the health centers where the drug will be applied from Monday, October 25.

Murillo described the arrival of the immunogens on Nicaraguan soil as a hymn to the friendship between the two peoples.

Nicaragua has been carrying out vaccination against the coronavirus since March in people over 30 years of age, chronically ill and pregnant women with the AstraZeneca, Covishield, Sputnik V and Pfizer vaccines.

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