Jamaica’s Foreign Affairs Minister has disclosed that Jamaica is set to receive Covid-19 vaccines from at least five countries based on its vaccine sourcing activities and commitments which have been made.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Kamina Johnson-Smith, says the drawdown would include the popular Pfizer vaccine.
The Foreign Affairs Ministry has been collaborating with the Health Ministry and various agencies to connect with other countries and companies to secure the vaccines.
Senator Johnson-Smith said that pledges have been made and vaccines are expected from Colombia, Spain, the Dominican Republic, and Mexico.
Yvad Billings, Readers Bureau, Contributor
Edited by Jesus Chan
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