The Bolivian government expects to receive 25,000 second doses of the Sputnik-V vaccine by July 9. In addition, another 600,000 would arrive by next August.
“We will certainly announce the exact date and the amount of the first cans that we will be collecting in the next few days. The first cans arrived in the country on April 10th and we would have until July 10th to deal with the Distribution to begin. ” second doses in health centers because there are 90 days between the first and the second, ”reports Benjamin Blanco, Vice Minister for Foreign Trade, according to the ATB report.
Last week, the Deputy Minister had given preliminary details on the arrival of the Russian drug reinforcement.
As he said on the occasion, 25,000 second doses of the Sputnik vaccine are expected to arrive by July 9; 200,000 on July 18; and another 400,000 by August 15.
As of yesterday, Sunday June 27, the Ministry of Health report reported that 1,788,228 people had received the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.
Additionally, the report indicates that 662,382 people received the booster vaccination and completed the vaccination process.
The ministry would like to point out that the vaccines administered are Sputnik V, Sinopharm, AstraZeneca and Pfizer.