MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico’s health regulator Cofepris has authorized the emergency use of India’s COVID-19 vaccine COVAXIN, Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said on Tuesday.
“Very timely decision by COFEPRIS to authorize the emergency use of the COVAXIN vaccine manufactured in India. The options for vaccination against COVID-19 in Mexico are expanding!!!,” Ebrard said on Twitter.
Covaxin is an inactivated vaccine which means that it is made up of killed coronaviruses, making it safe to be injected into the body, it is the first Indian vaccine in the market.
more recommended stories
Environmentalists say Tulum suffers from overdevelopment
(AP) — Mexican environmental authorities said.
Super Typhoon Surigae rapidly intensifies to a Cat. 5 near the Philippines
Super Typhoon Surigae surged in intensity.
Uptown kindergarten shut down in Merida for operating without complying with health regulations
Mérida: For offering preschool service in.
Manatee sighting on the beaches of Telchac Puerto, Yucatán
It is very uncommon for this.
Lady finds corpse while walking her dog in La Joya de Opichén park
Mérida, Yucatán (April 17, 2021).- On.
Raúl Castro’s resignation from the Communist Party ends an era in Cuba
Raúl Castro, first secretary of the.
National Guard agents arrested for extortion in Cancun
Cancun, Quintana Roo (April 17, 2021).-.
Video shows Chicago teenager wasn’t holding gun when shot by cop
A 13-year-old Latino boy from Chicago.
How will Vladimir Putin respond to US sanctions?
On Thursday, April 15th, the US.
Ch’uy Aktún: The Jaguar Grotto in Ticul
Ticul, Yucatan (April 16, 2021) (Carlos Augusto.