Peru’s government makes efforts to cope with the last third COVID-19 wave. News | mcezone
confirmed that the government is making a huge effort so that the last third COVID-19 wave does not hit Peru as it did at the time of the pandemic’s peak, causing a large number of deaths.
Along these lines, the cabinet member said that one of the key elements is the progress of the vaccination process, which has enabled the vaccination population to climb from 14% to 36% in recent weeks with both doses, and 51% of people. has been vaccinated. first dose.
The government official said one of the problems faced by the vaccination process is the number of doses required.
“We understand that this has to do not only with the fact that many countries have acquired and secured stockpiles of vaccines, but clearly it appears that laboratories have been providing vaccines in a limited, limited way. in distribution, saw a huge business,” Sevalos indicated.
He also recognized the urgent need to eliminate licenses that gave a group of companies specifics on the production of vaccines.
The comments were made during his virtual presentation before the OAS Permanent Council on the evolution of the pandemic and its impact on the hemisphere.