Uruguay will have immunized 10% of its population after Covid-19 dose this Monday

The percentage of Uruguayans who have already started to be immunized is close to double the world average. The government opened an all-ages quota and it was used up within an hour.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Monday, March 22nd, Uruguay will cover 10% of its population with the first Covid-19 vaccine dose, with Pfizer and Sinovac's immunizers, in a prompt deployment when the country is suffering one of its most complicated epidemiological moments since the emergence of the coronavirus.

According to Ministry of Public Health data, 314,363 people have already been administered the first vaccine dose, about 9% of a total of 3.4 million inhabitants. However, almost 28,000 people are scheduled to be immunized this Monday, which means that 1 out of 10 people will have . . .

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