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    Costa Rica Approves Use of AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine

    The National Vaccination and Epidemiology Commission (CNVE) approved the use of the COVID-19 vaccine from the company AstraZeneca. The vaccine will be applied to...

    Costa Rica Already Registers More People Vaccinated Than Positive Cases of COVID-19

    Costa Rica began 2021 with a significant decrease in new COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths, a trend that has been maintained throughout this first...

    Private Pharmacies in Costa Rica Offer their Support in the COVID Vaccination Process at...

    A group of private pharmacies offered to collaborate, free of charge, in the vaccination process against COVID-19 in Costa Rica, to help speed up...

    AstraZeneca Vaccine Against COVID-19 Receives Authorization from the Costa Rican Ministry of Health

    The vaccine developed by the British pharmaceutical AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford received the endorsement of the Costa Rican Ministry of Health this...

    Lot of 79,560 COVID-19 Vaccines Marks the Resumption of Pfizer Shipments to Costa Rica

    On the night of February 16th, the US pharmaceutical company Pfizer resumed the delivery of its Vaccines against the novel Coronavirus to Costa Rica,...

    Tico Health Authorities Do Not Contemplate Bringing the Russian Vaccine to the Country

    International media indicate that, apparently in the previous January, Russia submitted the application for approval of the use of the vaccine against COVID-19 to the EMA

    A New Beginning: Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine in Costa Rica

    Costa Rica celebrated with joy and pride the start of immunization against COVID-19 with the vaccine from Pfizer and BioNTech. Since this has been...

    Use in Costa Rica of the AstraZeneca Vaccine Still on Hold

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    People Vaccinated Against the Coronavirus can Still Transmit It says Costa Rican Scientist

    People Vaccinated Against Coronavirus Still Transmit It says Costa Rican Scientist

    Vaccines from Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca have been shown to be effective in protecting people against the Coronavirus. But those vaccinated will not be exempt from health security protocols, since they will still be able to transmit the Virus

    Guaranteed enough Doses to Immunize 1.5 million People in Costa Rica with COVID-19 Vaccine

    Costa Rica purchased three million units of the Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine against COVID-19, which now shows encouraging progress in its preliminary results. In...
    Russia Registers Second Coronavirus Vaccine

    Russia Registers Second Coronavirus Vaccine

    Novosibirsk-based research center Vector has registered Russia's second Coronavirus vaccine, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced yesterday during a government online meeting

    The COVID-19 Vaccine will not be Applied to Young People until 2022, says WHO

    The chief scientist of the World Health Organization (WHO), Soumya Swaminathan, said today that a 'young and healthy person' will have to wait until...

    Health Ministry Hopes to Start Vaccination for COVID-19 in the first half of 2021

    The Costa Rican Ministry of Health hopes to acquire the first vaccines against SARS-CoV-2 and start with the vaccination campaigns against the novel Coronavirus...

    Covid-19 Vaccine: the “essential information” that we do not have yet

    Although the entire world is eagerly awaiting the vaccine against the novel Coronavirus, all the studies currently underway lack fundamental information that guarantees the...

    Rich Countries Run Over the Poor Countries in the Race for Vaccine Accessibility

    The United States, Europe and other wealthy countries are causing that the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (Cepi) falter, Cepi has the purpose of ensuring future COVID-19 vaccines are fairly distributed
    US Refuses to Participate in WHO Fund to Distribute COVID-19 Vaccine Equitably

    US Refuses to Participate in WHO Fund to Distribute COVID-19 Vaccine Equitably

    The Trump administration assured this September 1st  that it will not participate in the Covax mechanism, which would seek to distribute Covid-19 vaccines equitably in countries with fewer resources
    Developing a Vaccine Depends on How Human Immunity Functions

    Developing a Vaccine Depends on How Human Immunity Functions

    The achievements by the science of Immunology have freed humanity from many extremely dangerous diseases

    Costa Rica Approves Vaccine Against the Human Papilloma Virus

    Good news has arrived for Costa Rica! On June 14th, 2018, authorities of the country approved a vaccine against the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)...

    Costa Rica to register first vaccine to prevent dengue

    On Tuesday the Ministry of Health gave its endorsement for the country to administer its first vaccine for preventing dengue, confirmed Minister Fernando Llorca. Dengvaxia is...
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