Second consignment of Sinovac vaccine arrives in Turkey - CNN Turk

Reuters | Updated: 25-01-2021 10:39 IST | Created: 25-01-2021 09:45 IST
Second consignment of Sinovac vaccine arrives in Turkey - CNN Turk
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A second consignment of 6.5 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine made by China's Sinovac Biotech has arrived in Turkey, CNN Turk reported on Monday.

Turkey had previously received an initial consignment of 3 million doses and has so far vaccinated 1.245 million people, mostly health workers and elderly people, according to health ministry data.

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