Antigua and Barbuda agrees to order 50k doses of Russian vaccines

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1000 Sputnik doses arrived in April

 

Upon the recommendation of the CMO, the Cabinet has agreed to order 50,000 SputnikV vaccines.

 

The Russian vaccine is a two-dose vaccine that is in great demand and being gobbled up by many European countries.

 

Residents and citizens may then have a choice between the Oxford AstraZenica and the SputnikV, in due course.

 

Everyone age 18 and older is encouraged to be vaccinated.

 

The mobile vaccination unit will be out again on Saturday 24 April 2021, to facilitate those who may otherwise not be able to visit the four centers that are fully operational from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm each weekday.

 

The Russian vaccine is a two-dose vaccine that is in great demand and being gobbled up by many European countries.

 

PM says Russian vaccine is among best in the world

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Did this vaccine get authorization for emergency use by the world pharmaceutical body?

    We are we human guinea pigs?

  2. They dont care about authorisation they just want you to get the jab and experiment out of the lab. “The jab is the only way” them say

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