RIGA - The initial agreements with the Covid-19 vaccine manufacturer AstraZeneca envisaged that they would reach Latvia at the end of December, but now the manufacturer has informed that it will not be possible to receive the vaccines sooner than in January, Minister of Health Ilze Vinkele (For Development) told reporters last night.
The Minister refused to mention a specific date when the vaccines could arrive in Latvia, stating that there is still enough uncertainty on the part of the manufacturer. Consequently, the question of whether the vaccines will actually arrive ...
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