end of June and does not rule out the possibility of cooperating in the future with countries in the region that are lagging behind
Almost one year after the arrival of the pandemic in Chile, the South American country has vaccinated with the first dose nearly 23% of the 15 million Chileans it expects to immunize by the end of June. It does not rule out the possibility of cooperating in the future with other countries in the region that are lagging behind, officials said on Monday.
To date, the total number of inoculated people amounts to 3,433,987, equivalent to 22.89% of the target population of 15 million and 17.6% of its total population of 19 million.
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