The United States will donate 3.5 million Moderna vaccines against COVID-19 to inoculate Venezuelan migrants

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The United States will donate 3.5 million Moderna vaccines against COVID-19 to inoculate Venezuelan migrants in Colombia.

The US embassy in Bogotá announced it through its Twitter account. In the last 24 hours, there were 12,576 new cases of coronavirus and 354 deaths.

The United States will donate 3.5 million Moderna vaccines against COVID-19 to Colombia. "The United States continues to stand by Colombia's side in its response to the pandemic," said the US embassy in Bogotá through its Twitter account.

In total, 112,463 cases remain active in the country, which corresponds to 2.39%.

And he added: The new donation of 3.5 million modern vaccines will make Colombian and Venezuelan immigrants more vulnerable.

The Colombian Ministry of Health reported 12,576 new cases of coronavirus and another 354 deaths on Thursday, bringing the country to 4,692,570 infections and 117,836 deaths from COVID-19.

Yesterday's figures are slightly higher than those reported on Wednesday, which had 11,244 cases and 351 deaths, but much lower than those of June and May, where claims exceeded 30,000 and deaths 600.

In total, 112,463 cases remain active in the country, which corresponds to 2.39%.

Regarding the progress of the National Vaccination Plan, the Health Authority has reported that 24,230,595 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been implemented in the country and that 10,707,744 people have already completed the scheme (population). 21.27 ٪).

The figures of the day

Bogotá continues to be the main focus of the disease. During the day, it had 3,460 new cases, followed by the departments of Valle del Cauca (2,141), Antioquia (1,798), Cundinamarca (751), Bolívar (453), Atlántico (428) and Santander (334).

With this Thursday's figures, the highest numbers of infections are Bogota (1,389,729), Antioquia (700,164), Valle del Coca (373,269), Atlanto (304,095), and Continued in Kundenmark (251,538).

Of the deaths of the day, of which 316 correspond to previous days, the highest figure was in Bogotá with 62, followed by the departments of Valle del Cauca (58), Antioquia (36), Tolima (24), Santander ( 17), Cundinamarca (15), and Bolívar and Huila (14).

This Thursday, 89,316 samples were processed in Colombia, 38,696 of them PCR and 50,620 antigens, for a total of 21.8 million tests performed.