Uruguay will use surplus vaccines to “seal” border with Brazil

In a Twitter post, the Uruguayan Minister of Public Health Daniel Salinas said that the unused doses of the CoronaVac vaccine will be sent to border cities.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The surplus of the first 192,000 Covid-19 vaccines that Uruguay received on February 25th will be used to "shield and seal" the land border with Brazil, as announced on Tuesday by the Minister of Public Health Daniel Salinas.

In a Twitter post, the Minister said that after closing the agenda for the next few days, the unused doses of the Chinese CoronaVac vaccine will be sent to border cities.

At present, approximately 110,000 people have already been vaccinated in Uruguay and 165,026 are scheduled, as explained on the Ministry's website. However . . .

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