To be fair, it is the AstraZeneca vaccine that the U.S. FDA hasn’t yet approved for use, but still, we are sharing.
A delivery of 1.5 million doses of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine from the United States landed in Mexico City on Sunday night, Mexico’s foreign ministry said, following an accord U.S. President Joe Biden made with Mexico this month.
The vaccines were the initial batch in an agreement to send some 2.7 million AstraZeneca doses from the United States to help Mexico offset local shortages for its drive to inoculate its population of 126 million.
Unfortunately, the country has inoculated just 2.7% of its population so far. It has a long way to go.