Mexico broke a record on Wednesday by applying more than 530,000 vaccines in one day, the Ministry of Health reported on Thursday.
The country applied this Thursday, until a cut made at 4:00 p.m., 333 thousand 359 new doses of vaccine against the coronavirus, so the total amounted to 10 million 642 thousand 873 inoculations.
The country is in phase one of the vaccination plan against COVID-19, focused mainly on older adults. The “start-up” was aimed at first-line medical personnel, that is, health workers who directly treat the disease, who continue to receive second doses.
Vaccination against the coronavirus, the pathogen that causes the COVID-19 disease, began on December 24. Mexico was the first country in Latin America to start the injection against this virus, and one of the top 10 in the world.