Vaccines against covid-19: the Latin American countries where they have not yet arrived (and when they are expected to do so)

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The vaccination campaign in Latin America has started at very different rates depending on the country.

While most Latin American countries have already begun to vaccinate against the coronavirus, there are other nations that do not even have doses in their territory.

It is the case of Uruguay, Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua and CubaAlthough they hope to start vaccinating in the coming weeks or months, for now they are further behind.

Vaccination in the region, in general, is slower than in countries with more resources such as the United States, the United Kingdom, and members of the European Union.

But in recent days, more and more Latin American states have started their campaigns and it is expected that as the weeks go by and the arrival of more doses, the vaccination rate will accelerate little by little.

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