Mexico expects to get deliveries of about 200 million doses of different coronavirus vaccines in 2021, Presidential spokesman Jesus Ramirez Cuevas said.
“The Mexican Government has signed agreements to ensure millions of vaccines against Covid-19 for all Mexicans. 34 million Pfizer vaccines will arrive in 2021; 77.4 million from Astra Zeneca; 35 million from Cansino; 51.5 million from Covax,” Ramirez said on Twitter on Sunday.
The presidential spokesman added that Mexico is also analyzing ways of securing Russian and German vaccine deliveries.
Earlier this month, Mexican health authorities announced that the country was going to roll out its mass vaccination campaign in late December and was aiming for a blanket immunization by the end of next year.