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Mexico Govt pays USD 160 million to WHO to access COVAX vaccine plan

The latest payment will allow Mexico to acquire enough doses of a vaccine to immunise up to a fifth…

Mexico: Mexico’s government announced that it paid the World Health Organization $159.88 million to secure access to COVID-19 vaccines through the agency’s COVAX plan as countries across the globe race to secure supplies.

The global health agency’s COVAX Facility is a multilateral initiative running trials on several potential vaccines. of the country’s population of around 125 million people, the foreign ministry said. The foreign ministry statement added that the government had presented the “risk guarantee” paperwork for another $20.6 million, which it described as part of the contractually required commitments to…


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