Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccine Expected to be Administered in Mexico in mid December

Once the vaccine is approved in Mexico, Ebrard said it would take about five days for a shipment to arrive in Mexico from laboratories in either the United States or Europe.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Pharmaceutical company Pfizer Inc’s COVID-19 vaccine could start being administered in Mexico in mid-December if it is approved by the country’s health regulator, Mexico’s foreign minister announced.

Pfizer was scheduled to submit details on the vaccine’s use to regulator Cofepris on Tuesday and Wednesday, allowing the regulator to begin its analysis in line with its U.S. counterparts, Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard told a regular news conference.

“Pfizer - if Cofepris approves - will reach Mexico in December of this year,” Ebrard added on Twitter.

Pfizer last week applied to the U . . .

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