RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Bolivia has a total of 3.1 million vaccines against Covid-19 "stalled" or not yet administered to patients, out of the 9 million received, raising concerns of new infection outbreaks, according to Ministry of Health data released on Monday (30).
At a press conference in La Paz, Deputy Minister of Epidemiological Promotion and Surveillance María Renee Castro lamented that vaccines "are stored in refrigerators" and urged the governments and municipalities to make an "effort" to ensure that the vaccines "reach the population."
"It is necessary that subnational governments hire personnel to guarantee mobile brigades . . .