Mozambique receives 384,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses

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Mozambique on Monday received 384,000 doses of coronavirus vaccines under the COVAX initiative. Source: Twitter, Antonio Sánchez-Benedito Gaspar European Union Ambassador to the Republic of Mozambique

Mozambique on Monday received 384,000 doses of coronavirus vaccines under the COVAX initiative.

Mozambique on Monday received 384,000 doses of coronavirus vaccines under the COVAX initiative.
Source: Twitter, Antonio Sánchez-Benedito Gaspar European Union Ambassador to the Republic of Mozambique

Antonio Sánchez-Benedito Gaspar, the European Union Ambassador to the Republic of Mozambique, tweeted saying “First batch of 384,000 of COVAX COVID-19 vaccines arrived today in Mozambique of a total of 2.064 million doses expected over the coming weeks/months.”

Mozambique’s Prime Minister Agostinho do Rosário launched the country’s COVID-19 vaccination plan on March 5th.

The country has thus far recorded 62,909 coronavirus cases and 700 deaths.

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