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Colombia to allow private imports of COVID-19 vaccine, but shots must be free – National Post

BOGOTA — Colombia will allow the private importation of COVID-19 vaccines, the health ministry said on Monday, but the shots must be free for those being…

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BOGOTA Colombia will allow the private importation of COVID-19 vaccines, the health ministry said on Monday, but the shots must be free for those being inoculated.
The Andean country plans to immunize about 70% of its 50 million people this year under a free national program and has administered some 2.4 million doses since February.
Those giving out privately acquired shots must comply with government standards and cannot use facilities needed by the national program, the health ministry said in…

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