Panama has 34.4% of its population vaccinated against Covid with one dose

Now totaling 433,545 cases and 6,798 deaths from Covid-19, Panama has at least 34.4% of its population vaccinated against the novel coronavirus with the first dose, according to data from the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) on Thursday.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Up to July 24, Panama was ranked along with Colombia, Mexico and Costa Rica among the countries in which over 30% of the population has been covered with one dose of the anti-Covid vaccine, said PAHO in its most recent report quoted by the Ministry of Health (MINSA).

The document also stated that approximately 16% of the population is "fully inoculated" with the two doses vaccine doses.

Since the national vaccination process began in Panama on January 20 with the delivery of the first batch of Pfizer vaccines, a total of 2,408,895 doses . . .

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