Costa Rica receives third batch of 33,150 vaccines against covid-19 | Q COSTA RICA

Casa Presidencial indicated that these vaccines will be used to begin immunization in communities outside the Greater Metropolitan Area (GAM) next Monday, although it did not specify which ones.

The government reported on December 19 that, during January, 33,150 doses will be received per week, and that from February, the supply will grow even more.

This Tuesday’s vaccines are added to the first batch of 9,750 doses that arrived in the country on December 23 and the second shipment of 11,700 that landed on December 30.

In total, our country acquired three million Pfizer/BioNTech vaccines for 1.5 million individuals, as part of a planned total purchase of six million doses designed for three million inhabitants who require them and whose inoculation will be progressive throughout 2021.

Source: Costa Rica receives third batch of 33,150 vaccines against covid-19 | Q COSTA RICA