Bolivia consults with experts from Spain, Argentina and Russia to combine vaccines

Five days ago in Bolivia there were no second doses for people who had received the first dose of the Russian vaccine and who have completed the time of 90 days between immunizations.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Bolivia is analyzing the possibility of combining Covid-19 vaccines, based on consultations with local specialists and experts from Spain, Russia and Argentina, given the shortage of second doses of the Sputnik V vaccine.

"We are holding meetings with national and international institutions" to determine the possibility of combining vaccines, said the Vice-Minister of Health Insurance Angela Hidalgo in a press conference on Wednesday.

Hidalgo mentioned that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has made arrangements to "hold meetings with the Spanish Scientific Institute" to determine a combination of doses, taking into account the delays that . . .

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