New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has mentioned Officials may maintain border closures for 2021 And is associated with the decision to progress the coronovirus vaccination campaign, which has not yet begun.
Ardern has highlighted that A. A sufficient number of people should be vaccinated before the borders are reopened And that it would “take time”, before adding that The first vaccine against Kovid-19 will receive approval from authorities in February.
He also described how Coronavirus case detected in “unpleasant” country on SundayThe first in the last two months, and has emphasized There is evidence that coronovirus is a “complex virus”, However he has insisted that the government is ready to face the situation.
For his part, Chris Hipkins, the minister in charge in response to the epidemic, It is learned that the vaccination campaign against coronovirus will begin with frontline activistsAccording to the newspaper ‘The New Zealand Herald’.
“These brave people have been protecting and protecting our country from this epidemic for the past one year and those who live with them are a priority for us.” Ardern has detailed that the process will take between two and three weeks, after which it will give way to the next phase.
New Zealand officials have confirmed the date 2,290 cases of coronovirus since the onset of the epidemic with 25 deathsAccording to data collected by Johns Hopkins University and published on its website.