Why have governments decided not to use the AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines?

Why have governments decided not to use the AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines?

Once the covid-19 spread throughout almost the entire world generating the most aggressive pandemic in recent decades, hundreds of laboratories focused their efforts on creating an effective vaccine in record time.

 

This is how after a year of hard work by the scientific and medical community, they managed to create different alternatives to begin to inoculate people and thus prevent the expansion of the health crisis from continuing.

 

Today more countries are inoculating their communities, such as Chile, where CoronaVac and Pfizer vaccines are being placed.

 

In this context, the Minister of Health, Enrique Paris reported that “15,020,233 doses of vaccine against COVID-19 have been administered. Of which 8,210,497 are people with the first dose and 6,809,736 are vaccinated people who have already completed their two doses. ”

 

The vaccination process in the world has not been without controversy in recent weeks, there are even some countries that have rejected vaccines because they can generate certain risks for their population.

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