US to Give 8.5-Million Coronavirus Vaccine doses to Mexico


As the continent of America is continuing to battle with health crisis, the government of the United States has announced that, it is going to send 8.5 million doses of the novel corona virus vaccine to the country of Mexico, and with the help of this rapid transmission of the Delta variant of the novel corona virus, Mexico has been witnessing the third wave of the novel corona virus pandemic.

Since the first outbreak of the novel corona virus, the country of Mexico has registered 2,997,885 cases out of which 245,476 people have died after getting infected by the virus, and on Tuesday, 10th August 2021, Marcelo Ebrard, foreign secretary of the United States has revealed that, the shipment of the novel corona virus vaccine doses will be including the vaccine jabs that have been manufactured by the companies including Moderna Inc. and AstraZeneca.

Kamala Harris, vice president of the United States said, the does not have anything confirmed at the particular point in the time in the terms of the numbers or also on the timeline on the decision for sending the vaccines to the country of Mexico.

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For now, the authorities of Mexico have given the authorization to seven novel corona virus vaccines, and the list has also been including the corona virus vaccines developed by AstraZeneca, Johnson and Johnson, Covaxin, Sputnik V, BioNTech/Pfizer, and Sinovac, and the novel corona virus vaccine developed by Moderna has not been approved yet by the authorities of the United States.