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Peru reaches five million vaccinated with two doses, 16% of its population

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to the Ministry of Health, Peru already has more than 5 million people vaccinated with the full two-dose schedule to protect against Covid-19, which represents about 16% of the national population.

In total, 5,265,820 people have already received both doses in Peru, in a process currently focused on the 40-year-old and over segment of the population. However, some regions, such as  southern Tacna, are already vaccinating those over 30 years of age.

More than 8 million people, 24% of the population, have received the first dose, bringing the total . . .

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