MEXICO CITY: Mexico has approved a nationwide use of the corona vaccine, a joint venture between pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford, following a Pfizer-Biotech vaccine.
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According to the World News Agency, the death toll in Mexico, a country hard hit by the Kovana epidemic, has exceeded 127,000, while the number of people infected with the virus has risen to 1.5 million.
The latest wave of coronavirus confirmation in more than 25,000 people and more than 500 deaths, based on the latest wave, began the process of vaccinating Pfizer’s corona vaccine in Mexico on December 24, but now Oxford University is now meeting the growing demand. The coronavirus vaccine has also been approved.
Mexico will buy 77.4 million doses of the Corona vaccine in Australasia, and the government has announced that the vaccine will be provided free to about 129 million people.
Mexico’s deputy health minister, Hugo Lopez Gatel, said in a statement on the social networking site that the country’s pharmaceutical watchdog had approved the vaccine, which was developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford, and that the vaccine could be released in March. Will be available.
It is to be noted that India, UK and Argentina have also approved Corona vaccine developed by Astrasenica and Oxford University and vaccination has started in these countries.