Covid-19: Bolivia to vaccinate children aged five to eleven

The Bolivian government estimates that 1.6 million children in this age range will be given vaccines from Sinopharm and Pfizer.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Bolivia will begin this Thursday (9) to vaccinate against Covid-19 children from five to eleven years of age, thus increasing the target population to more than 10 million people, President Luis Arce announced Wednesday.

"We have decided that starting tomorrow, Thursday, December 9, vaccination against covid-19 will also reach children between five and eleven years of age," the president said in a message broadcast by state media and social networks.

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