On the morning of July 1, the first batch of 2.5 million vaccines against COVID-19 from the United States-donated pharmaceutical company Janssen arrived in the country.
“I want to express my gratitude and appreciation to the President of the United States, Joe Biden, who made this beautiful gesture with our nation today, A gesture of friendship, solidarity and alliance. Today these 2.5 million vaccines are coming which will serve 2.5 million Colombians. that they will save lives, that they will create hope and benefit for our countryPresident Duke said.
This Friday afternoon, the Vice President and Colombian Chancellor, Marta Lucía Ramírez, shared on her Twitter account that the country is getting ready for a new arrival of vaccines shipped by the North American country.
“I thank the team of PDTE. Thanks to Biden for his confirmation last night of an additional donation of vaccines (3 million) to accelerate the vaccination and reactivation of our economy. reaffirmed solidarity of trust and cooperation with @IvanDuque, and a positive agenda between the US and”, Ramirez wrote.
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