“We are working to accelerate the vaccination process and, at the same time, to make all Buenos Aires citizens aware of the need to continue taking care of ourselves,” said Governor Axel Kicillof in statements to the press.
In That sense, he added: "We cannot relax and neglect ourselves now that we have the necessary technology and a much closer horizon to achieve immunity against the coronavirus."
Likewise, a new Aerolineas Argentinas flight to the city of Moscow is scheduled for January 14 so that the second dose of the first batch of Sputnik V vaccines acquired by the National Government can soon be distributed.
In this first phase, the provincial vaccination plan is aimed at the personnel of the public and private health system with the greatest exposure to the virus.
In addition, the governor of the province of Buenos Aires highlighted this Monday that 700,000 Buenos Aires reserved a turn to receive the application of the Sputnik V vaccine on a voluntary basis through the site www.vacunatepba.gba.gob .ar and considered that that "shows the desire of society to achieve immunity against the coronavirus."