December 1, 2021

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Ardern agradece a España el envío a Nueva Zelanda de 250.000 vacunas de Pfizer

Order thanks Spain for sending 250,000 Pfizer vaccines to New Zealand Community

New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinta Artern on Thursday thanked the Spanish government for its efforts to send more than 250,000 additional doses of the Pfizer vaccine to her country.

“We are deeply grateful for Spain’s cooperation and agreement to sell these doses to New Zealand. This reaffirms the strong ties between our countries and the sense of global values ​​that New Zealand and Spain share,” Ordern said in a statement.

“As a result of the excellent cooperation between New Zealand, Spain, the European Commission and (delegates) Pfizer’s officials, additional vaccines were purchased from Madrid,” said the Labor Prime Minister, “to all concerned, especially Spanish President Pedro Sanchez.”

The shipment, which arrives in Auckland on Friday, is in addition to the 1.8 million dose pfizer the maritime country will receive in September, according to Ordern, who announced another deal. Country to buy more vaccines.

Authorities have detained more than 1.6 million people in Auckland, the country’s most populous country, as a result of an eruption associated with the delta variation, and there have been 18 new cases reported this Thursday, with 625 active cases accumulating in New Zealand. Most of them are local infections.

The New Zealand administration, which has managed to fully guide 33 per cent of the country’s target population of more than 5 million, wants to complete its immunization campaign by the end of this year to reopen its borders in the first quarter of 2021. Closed in March 2020.

New Zealand is universally acclaimed for its administration of pcovid-19, which has accumulated 3,847 Kovid-19 infections (confirmed and possible) since the outbreak, including 27 deaths.

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