Peru's President: Progress is being made with national vaccination plan

Photo: ANDINA/Presidency of the Republic

13:16 | Ilo (Moquegua region), Feb. 23.

The President of the Republic Francisco Sagasti on Tuesday affirmed that —despite the obstacles and unpleasant surprises encountered along the way— progress is being made in Peru with the National Vaccination Plan against COVID-19.

In this sense, the Head of State indicated that —in his current visit to Moquegua— 1,894 doses were brought for the heroes on the frontline in the fight against the pandemic.

After underlining that efforts are undertaken against the impacts of COVID-19 nationwide, the top official emphasized that 
this crisis will be overcome if Peruvians stand united.

In this sense, the top official mentioned not only the work of the government and the private sector but also of other institutions, soup kitchens, and communities organized to safeguard people's health by complying with the prevention protocols.

"The pandemic has brought the worst health, economic and social crisis, as well as unfortunately a tremendous crisis of values and morals, but together we will overcome all this," he concluded.


Published: 2/23/2021
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