Third batch of Pfizer vaccines arrives; now to Monterrey

The 8,775 doses of this arrival will be taken to Cohuila to continue with the vaccination day; This batch is added to the 34,125 that arrived in Mexico City in the morning.

The third batch of anti-Covid-19 vaccines from the companies Pfizer and BioNtech arrived in Mexico this day, now in the city of Monterrey, Nuevo León, with which the vaccination day by the army and the Ministry of Health will continue.

This is an additional shipment of 8,775 doses, which arrived from one of Pfizer’s plants located in Belgium and that during the day will be transferred to the state of Coahuila, one of the entities with the highest incidence of cases of Covid-19, where medical personnel will be vaccinated.

According to the Secretary of Foreign Relations, Marcelo Ebrard, the northern state was chosen as the node to transfer the vaccine to Coahuila, where health personnel will be attended, since they have been considered as the priority group to receive the vaccine, since it is the first line of combat against SARS-COV-2.

On December 23, the first batch with 3 thousand vaccines was received and this morning the second batch with 34 thousand 125 doses arrived, which landed at the International Airport of Mexico City. The third shipment corresponds to the one that arrived a moment ago in Monterrey and with this there are already 45,875 doses that the health sector in Mexico has, according to Foreign Minister Ebrard.

Through his social networks, the official reported that the doses have arrived on time and that they will be applied from Monday, December 28.

“Today two additional shipments arrived from Belgium for Mexico City and Monterrey. As of today we already have 45,875 doses. Thus begins the vaccination against Covid-19 in the north of the Mexican Republic”.

With the arrival of these vaccines, there will now be four entities in which the vaccination day against the pandemic is implemented, and that the first shipment was applied in Mexico City, the State of Mexico and Querétaro , since this was established by criteria of incidence and mobility, according to the undersecretary of health Hugo López-Gatell.

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