Vaccines donated by Spain arrive Thursday in Paraguay

The Spanish Embassy in Paraguay announced this shipment on July 20, as part of the promise made by Sanchez at the Ibero-American Summit in Andorra in April.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The vaccines donated by Spain to Paraguay will arrive this Thursday in the South American country, in a delivery managed through the Covax mechanism, according to the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) website.

The Spanish shipment is a shipment of 253,440 doses from AstraZeneca, which are part of the 7.5 million vaccines promised by Pedro Sánchez for Ibero-America.

The doses donated by Spain left the Netherlands on Tuesday and are expected to arrive in Paraguay on August 5 at 10.40 ET (14.40 GMT).

The Spanish Embassy in Paraguay announced this . . .

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