RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In Santiago, the government approved, on Wednesday, December 16th, the decision made by a team of 22 experts and pharmaceutical chemists from the Institute of Public Health (ISP), the Chilean regulatory agency.
President Sebastian Piñera announced a national network appearance for Wednesday evening to provide details of his country's immunization plan, where 15,959 people have died since March and there are indications of a resurgence of the pandemic, which points to the danger of a second wave of the disease, with 1,402 new cases in the past 24 hours.
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