“We buy stocks from the world market.” The Federalist Alliance criticizes the purchase of COVID vaccines

Mexico on Thursday became the first country in Latin America to begin vaccinating against COVID-19, by injecting the first 3,000 doses arrived at medical personnel in the Mexican capital.

Mexico City, December 26 (However) .- The governors of the so-called Federalist Alliance they demanded from President Andrés Manuel López Obrador clarity in the vaccination plan against COVID-19.

Through their Twitter account, the state leaders called the federal government to make the information transparent regarding vaccination against the new virus.

“From the AF demand clear information and certainty,” they pointed out.

At the same time, he criticized that “the Mexican people will receive the vaccine dropper over the next few months or even years.”

The governors demanded to know “what is the planning and the criteria for electing the states and the doses that correspond to them.”

On the other hand, he accused the existence of “misinformation” and “no coordination” in the management of the vaccination plan.

And he accused that it seems that they are not a priority and that “the balances of the world market” are being bought.

This morning 42,900 doses of Pfizer’s vaccine against COVID-19 arrived in the country, from Puurs, Béglca.

According to the Ministries of Health and Foreign Relations (SRE), the country received 42,900 doses distributed in 44 boxes.

The shipment was divided into two parts. The first of them arrived in Mexico City with 34,125 doses; while 8,775 arrived at the Monterrey International Airport “Mariano Escobedo”, on flight W8 922, and from there they moved to the state of Coahuila.

The Ministry of Health added that the vaccination campaign for health personnel will continue on December 28 in both Mexico City and Coahuila.

He added that as of this Saturday, “deliveries will be continuous and rising until covering 1.4 million as of December 31 of this year and then the 34.4 million agreed with the pharmaceutical company.”

Mexico on Thursday became the first country in Latin America to begin vaccinating against COVID-19, by injecting the first 3,000 doses arrived at medical personnel in the Mexican capital.

The doses will be used to vaccinate the medical personnel who work in the thousand hospitals in the country that care for COVID-19 patients.

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