tin tức về COVID-19 vaccines mới nhất
Two COVID-19 vaccines Nano Covax and Covivac, which were studied and developed in Vietnam, have proved to be safe and effective in the first and second clinical trials.
Many domestic and foreign organizations and businesses have contacted the Ministry of Health to suggest providing vaccines against Covid-19.
This aid is aimed at delivering vaccines to every person in all corners of the country.
The HCM City Department of Health has proposed the municipal People’s Committee to approve a program mobilizing resources and funds for the purchase of five million Covid-19 vaccine doses.
The first doses of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine produced in the Republic of Korea (RoK), will be injected into local people from March 8, said Health Minister Nguyen Thanh Long at a meeting this morning.
The growing stores of COVID-19 vaccines are widely regarded as a positive factor for foreign investment mobilisation this year as the world tries to move back to some kind of normality.
A number of domestic businesses have announced their plans to purchase COVID-19 vaccines for use among their employees and family members following the arrival of the first batch of the AstraZeneca vaccine.
Vaccination will start in early March, and 1.2 million more doses may be added to the programme in late March.
Vietnam is in talks with Pfizer for 30 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines in 2022, along with 60 million doses of Sputnik V from Russia, Minister of Health Nguyen Thanh Long announced on Wednesday.
COVID-19 vaccines should be considered a shared asset of the international community, and delivered to countries at affordable prices, prioritising vulnerable groups and frontline workers in the pandemic combat.