Honduras begins to use the second dose of the Sputnik V vaccine

Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Thousands of Hondurans got up early this Thursday and received its second dose Waguna Rusa Sputnik vWhen they were told in principle that after a three-month wait, they would receive it one month after the first vaccination.

Among those who have begun to apply Second dose Russian medicine includes at least 2,000 journalists from two major Central American cities, Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula.

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Osman Reyes, president of the Honduran Press Association (CPH), told Efe that “after a long wait” 1,600 communicators from the capital had been vaccinated with a second dose and would continue that day in San Pedro Sula. In the north of the country, with about 400.

He said from the beginning Govt-19 InfectionBy March 2020, a dozen journalists had died from the disease, and all of their employees were in the affected media.

According to Reyes, after using the first dose, there are some infections JournalistsBut they are “mild”.

Health officials began vaccinating 40,000 people today between May and June The first dose of Sputnik V, The first 20,000 of which came last Saturday.

The second file of Sputnik V

Health Minister Alpha Consolo Flores told reporters that the remaining 20,000 were confirmed to be in attendance Sunday and called on people to attend vaccination centers.

Some Hondurans are confused with the date of the second dose of Sputnik V, while many urge them to go to vaccination sites today, when their appointment is tomorrow or Saturday.

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According to the state National Risk Management Organization (SINAGER), Honduras has recorded at least 8,527 deaths and 323,625 infections since March 2020, along with Govit-19.

So far, in the country, with a population of 9.5 million, about 3.2 million people have been vaccinated against synergy, mostly with the first dose.

The health agency confirms that there is a second dose of about one million hondurans and does not rule out a one-third application by the end of the year, for which relevant steps are already being taken.

According to the Minister of Health, the goal is to vaccinate more than 70 percent of the population.

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