The one million Chinese vaccines that Vice President Raquel Peña announced yesterday were ready to be sent to the Dominican Republic, will arrive at 4:30 pm Wednesday, according to government sources.
The boarding process would have been delayed by a sandstorm (the worst in 10 years) that affected the city of Beijing, China, as the airport was closed for a time for security reasons.
This time, the drug will arrive on a private charter flight, unlike previous deliveries through commercial flights.
The cargo will arrive at the Las Américas International Airport, aboard a Boeing 777, of the Air China airline.
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