Covid-19: Sixty-six percent of Panama’s population has received one dose of vaccine

Citing data from the online publication Our World in Data, the Minsa said Panama, a country of 4.28 million people, ranks behind Uruguay (first place), Chile, Brazil, and Cuba in this list.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Sixty-six percent of Panama's population has received the first dose of the Covid 19 vaccine. This places the country fifth in Latin America with the highest percentage of people vaccinated against the disease, the Ministry of Health (Minsa) announced Monday.

Citing data from the online publication Our World in Data, the Minsa said Panama, a country of 4.28 million people, ranks behind Uruguay (first place), Chile, Brazil, and Cuba in this list.

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