Uruguay will receive first batches of Pfizer and Sinovac vaccines late February or early March: US$ 120 million

Source: MercoPress

Uruguayan president Luis Lacalle Pou announced on Saturday that his government will be purchasing “vaccines for 2,8 million people”, and the first doses are expected in the country in March, with an overall investment of some 120 million dollars.

On Friday evening Lacalle Pou tweeted his government had reached an accord with the US/German Pfizer-BioNtech and China's Sinovac for the purchase of two million and 1,7 million vaccines against the Covid 19 virus.

The Uruguayan president on Saturday said the deal with Pfizer-BioNTech involved two million doses and the first 200,000 should be arriving in March, although he did not discard the possibility that the delivery could be brought forward to the end of February.



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