Covid-19 vaccine arrival in Peru: latest arrival news of 700,000 Sinopharm vaccines

Covid-19 vaccine arrival in Peru: latest arrival news of 700,000 Sinopharm vaccines

Covid-19 Vaccine Arrival LIVE | The second batch of 700,000 doses of Sinopharm vaccines will arrive in the country overnight on Saturday, February 13.

This Saturday, February 13, the second batch of 700,000 vaccines against COVID-19 from the Chinese laboratory Sinopharm will arrive in Peru , as announced last Thursday by President Francisco Sagasti . This important amount will be added to the first 300 thousand doses that arrived in the country on February 7, with which the vaccination process at the national level officially began.

As reported by the president, the flight with the 700,000 doses of Sinopharm left on Thursday from Beijing and had its first stop in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. This Saturday, at 6:00 am, the flight that will bring the doses to Peru will depart. It is estimated that the plane will arrive at Jorge Chávez airport (Callao) after 6:00 pm

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The vaccination process began last Tuesday in the main health centers in Lima and Callao. This first batch is intended for doctors in the ICU and emergency areas who care for patients with coronavirus.


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The interactive map of the Minsa shows that, according to the amount of vaccines that Peru has received so far, there are enough doses to inoculate 141,367 Peruvians. 39.3% of this number have already been vaccinated. It should be noted that this vaccine requires two doses and the campaign for the first inoculation is just being carried out.


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The Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported that until this Saturday the number of people vaccinated with the first dose developed by the Sinopharm laboratory against COVID-19 amounts to 55,565.


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