Lopez: Oxford University has succeeded with advanced experiments

Mexico-ALSHARQIYA  August  14 : Mexico announced that it would produce a potential vaccine for the Coronavirus, developed by the University of Oxford in the country, if the advanced experiments on it were successful and obtained regulatory approval.
 Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said that the agreement with the pharmaceutical company A, "Strazeneca", which also offers production in Argentina, will result in a vaccine that the government may provide for free, starting in the first quarter of 2021.
 Production of the vaccine in Mexico and Argentina allows distribution throughout Latin America, with the exception of Brazil, which has entered into its own agreement with the manufacturer of the drug.
 For her part, the head of the company's branch in Mexico, Silvia Varela, said that the cost of the dose will be about 4 dollars, but the president announced that the government will cover


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