34,000 Covid-19 vaccines donated by El Salvador arrive in Honduras

The drugs entered Honduras in small trucks through the border point of El Poy, from where they will be taken to Tegucigalpa to the National Biological Center, according to the head of the Expanded Program of Immunization (PAI), Ida Berenice Molina.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The 34,000 AstraZeneca vaccines against covid-19 that El Salvador donated to Honduras, after a request made by seven Honduran mayors to the president of that country, Nayib Bukele, arrived on Thursday.

The drugs entered Honduras in small trucks through the border point of El Poy, from where they will be taken to Tegucigalpa to the National Biological Center, according to the head of the Expanded Program of Immunization (PAI), Ida Berenice Molina.

El Salvador's Minister of Health, Francisco Alabí, arrived at the customs point, who in a television interview in his country indicated . . .

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