Uruguay's Presidential Secretary Álvaro Delgado Thursday said “there will be an annual revaccination” against COVID-19 and announced the Government had secured a supply of Pfizer's drug for that purpose.Add your comment!
The Government of Uruguay finally reached an agreement with Pfizer for the supply of 3.7 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines during 2022, it was announced Thursday in Montevideo.
Uruguay's Secretary to the Presidency Álvaro Delgado is to meet with the regional manager of the Pfizer laboratory to finalize the details for the purchase of COVID-19 vaccines with which the administration of President Luis Lacalle Pou hopes to lure more foreign tourists into the country for the Summer season.
Uruguayan Presidential Secretary Álvaro Delgado was recovering well and hoped to be discharged from the hospital Thursday, following an emergency appendix surgery on Wednesday, it was reported.
Uruguayan duty-free shops in the Brazil bordering location of Rivera Tuesday hoped a solution will be found soon to their need to reopen their businesses after a meeting with federal authorities.
Uruguay's President Tabaré Vázquez and Petrobras CEO Roberto Castello Branco met Tuesday in Santa Fe, Argentina, to discuss a possible solution to the crisis affecting Montevideo's two gas suppliers, which are both subsidiaries of the Brazilian consortium.