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Mexico elderly could get coronavirus vaccines in January By Reuters

Mexico elderly could get coronavirus vaccines in January By Reuters
Mexico elderly could get coronavirus vaccines in January

Piecemeal data releases threaten to undermine Sinovac's COVID-19 vaccine p BEIJING/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Fragmental releases of efficacy data for the COVID-19 vaccine developed by China's Sinovac could undermine confidence in the shot, experts warned, as.Philippines troops, ministers get COVID-19 vaccine before approval p By Karen Lema and Neil Jerome Morales MANILA (Reuters) - Some Philippine soldiers and cabinet ministers have already received COVID-19 vaccine injections, officials said on.The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Mexico p MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico expects to wrap up its first-dose COVID-19 vaccinations for healthcare workers by early January, before moving to inoculate elderly people in the month's second half, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Sunday.by the second two weeks of January, we start with the elderly," Lopez Obrador said in a video posted on Twitter, adding that the vaccine would be taken to any who were housebound.

Mexico has received two shipments of vaccine from Pfizer (NYSE: PFE ), and Lopez Obrador said the drugmaker would provide enough vaccines for about 700,000 to 750,000 people by March.Saudi Arabia extends entry ban amid coronavirus variant fears: state news agency p CAIRO - (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's interior ministry on Monday extended a ban on entry to the kingdom by air, land and sea for another week amid concerns over a fast-spreading.

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