December 1, 2022

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Santiago receives more than 20,000 vaccines to strengthen its campaign against the corona virus

The nation’s Ministry of Health distributed quantities related to the laboratories of Moderna and Pfizer.

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The Ministry of Health of the Nation The portfolio said it had distributed 1,160,300 doses of Covit-19 vaccine and 956,900 and 203,400 pediatric Pfizer vaccines from the Modern Laboratory since Monday. In this framework, the province received a total of 20,220 doses.

Of Moderna’s doses, 15,120 doses came to Santiago del Estero, while Pfizer received a total of 5,100 vaccines.

Distribution in other parts of the country:

Moderna: 502,320 sent to Buenos Aires; 100,100 autonomous cities Buenos Aires; 6,720 to Cadamarca; 10,080 per sub; 57,120 to Cர்டrdoba; 16,800 for Corrientes; 21,840 for Entre Rios; 10,080 for Formosa; 11,760 to Jujuy; 5,040 to La Pampa; 6,720 for La Rioja and 30,240 for Mendoza.

20,160 were also sent on missions; 11,760 for Rio Negro; 21,840 to Salta; 11,760 to San Juan; 8,400 to St. Louis; 5,040 to Santa Cruz; 53,760 to Santa Fe; 3,360 for the Tierra del Fuego and 26,880 for the Tucson.

As for Pfizer doses for children, 81,200 were distributed to Buenos Aires; 8,000 to Sacco; 12,600 autonomous city of Buenos Aires; 1,900 to Catamarca; 2,900 per sub; 16,600 to Crdoba; 5,900 for Corrientes; 6,500 for Entre Rios and 3,500 for Formosa.

In addition, 3,800 were sent to Juju; 1,600 to La Pampa; 1,800 to La Rioja; 9,900 to Mendoza; 7,300 for missions; 3,300 to Newquen; 3,500 to Rio Negro; 3,000 to Salta; 4,200 to San Juan; 2,300 to St. Louis; 1,700 to Santa Cruz; 16,000 for Santa Fe and 800 for the Dierra del Fuego.

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To date, Argentina has distributed 115,196,080 vaccines, of which 110,113,080 have been shipped across the national territory and 5,083,000 have been donated to other countries, according to the General Vaccine Observer.