Peru administered two million vaccinations among its population

Peruvian Minister of Health, Oscar Ugarte, estimated that by next July when the current transitional government's term ends, it will have been able to vaccinate five million people in the country with the flow of doses that have been contracted to date.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Peru has reached this Saturday the two million vaccines against covid-19 applied among its population. During a day dedicated to the immunization of adults over 70 years of age in Lima.

"Today, we surpassed the two million vaccines applied, and I am happy that it has taken place in this vaccination center in El Agustino and the person of Mrs. Olinda," declared the Peruvian Minister of Health, Oscar Ugarte, after the application of the dose to an 84-year-old woman.

The Health Minister visited the vaccination center installed by the ministry at the Mariscal . . .

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