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Cuba to begin vaccinating 2-year-olds

Por: The Hill World September 14, 2021

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Cuba announced on Monday that it has begun administering its own COVID-19 vaccines to children as young as two years old.The announcement was made through Cuba's state-run media, according to . Cuba will be administering a vaccine that was developed in Cuba and has not been recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO).Cuba is aiming to vaccinate at least 90 percent of its population, with half of the country receiving at least one... + full article



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