Bolivia plans to acquire Cuban Abdala Covid-19 vaccine

La Paz, Jun 27 (Prensa Latina) The Bolivian Health and Sports Minister, Jeyson Auza, announced that the Government will negotiate the acquisition of the anti-Covid-19 immunizer Abdala, from Cuba, whose doses would be destined to the department of Potosí, according to news reports on Sunday.

In an rally in that southern region, Auza said that this Cuban vaccine has more than 92 percent effectiveness, while the governor of Potosi, Jhonny Mamani, also expressed his interest in buying this vaccine candidate produced in Cuba.

The departmental government requested the legal technical support of the Executive to acquire it as soon as possible in view of the health situation, and indicated that they will wait for the requirements of the World Health Organization.


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