Nicaragua says gets first vaccines with Russia's Sputnik V

Reuters | Managua | Updated: 25-02-2021 02:15 IST | Created: 25-02-2021 02:14 IST
Nicaragua says gets first vaccines with Russia's Sputnik V
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Nicaragua on Wednesday received its first vaccines against COVID-19 with an initial donation of Russia's Sputnik V product, Vice President Rosario Murillo said.

Making the announcement in a statement, Murillo did not specify how many doses of the vaccine had arrived.

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