“The date has been brought forward since the vaccination pace has increased,” throughout the country, he said, adding that this new age group will be immunized gradually, starting with people aged 58 and 59. “This is very good news,” he emphasized. However, the minister noted that, despite the positive evolution of vaccination and epidemiological indicators, “it remains necessary to remember that the pandemic continues, and it is essential to adhere to (biosafety) measures” to avoid COVID-19 transmission. His remarks were made at a press conference, joined by Transportation and Communications Minister Eduardo Gonzalez. (END) CCH/RMB


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