The US offered 3.5 million vaccines against COVID-19: AMLO

The US offered 3.5 million vaccines against COVID-19: AMLO
The US offered 3.5 million vaccines against COVID-19: AMLO

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador reported that the United States Government offered to donate at least three million 500 thousand vaccines against COVID-19 to Mexico.

This Monday at 4:00 p.m. he will have a telephone conversation with Vice President Kamala Harris, where he hopes this negotiation will be closed, in addition to talking about: migration and the reopening of the border.

“There are at least three million 500 thousand doses, that is the offer they made to us, originally it was for the Moderna vaccine and all the documents were delivered for Cofepris to authorize and use that vaccine that is applied in the US,” he indicated.

“However, for some reason this process has been delayed, not because of Cofepris, but because the pharmaceutical company did not provide all the documentation. The US Government agreed that they could deliver us Pfizer vaccines or any other pharmaceutical company, I hope that today we will have news,” he said.

He added that these doses will be used to reinforce the National Vaccination Plan and to finish immunizing those over 18 years of age in the country for the month of October.

We have guaranteed vaccines, orders, we have the budget to have the vaccines. We are already very close to 100 million vaccines, we are among the 10 countries with the largest supply of vaccines in the world, and we are also helping,” he mentioned.

 
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