Mexico Donates 15,000 Covid-19 Vaccines to Paraguay
By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF
The Mexican government on Wednesday, Oct. 6, announced that it had donated 150,000 doses of covid-19 vaccines to Paraguay, as an act of solidarity under framework of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (Celac).
The vaccines, which were received in Asuncion by the Deputy Minister of Foreign Relations of Paraguay Marcelo Scappini, were produced in Mexico at the Liomont Laboratories in conjunction with AstraZeneca.
They were transported Wednesday to the landlocked South American nation on Mexican Air Force planes.