Covid-19 Immunization in Peru to Begin Tuesday as Country Faces Second Wave

More than 1,000 policemen will transfer the vaccines to the National Center for the Supply of Strategic Health Resources in El Callao, where they will await distribution.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A first batch of 300,000 doses of vaccines from the Chinese laboratory Sinopharm will arrive in Peru this Sunday, February 7th, to begin immunization against the coronavirus when the country faces the second wave of the pandemic.

The cargo will arrive at Jorge Chávez del Callao airport at night on a flight from Beijing that made a stop at the Parisian Charles de Gaulle airport in France.

By land and air with helicopters and drones, more than 1,000 policemen will transfer the batch of vaccines to the warehouses of the National Center for . . .

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