Coronavirus: Uruguay Plans to Vaccinate All Healthcare Workers in Three Days

Minister of National Defense Javier García told the press that a Hercules aircraft will arrive from Germany on February 3rd with an 'ultrafreezer' and at least 40 containers.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL -  Uruguay will vaccinate all its healthcare workers against the coronavirus in three days, once the first 200,000 doses arrive, announced on Monday, January 25th, the director of the National Emergency System (SINAE), Sergio Rico.

The official met with Ministry of Public Health (MSP) representatives to finalize details on the logistics required by the country for the arrival of the vaccines, after President Luis Lacalle Pou announced on Saturday, January 23rd, the purchase of almost 3.8 million doses from Pfizer and Sinovac laboratories.

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