Posted: Wednesday, March 31, 2021. 12:14 pm CST.
By Aaron Humes: Technical advisor to the Maternal and Child Health Unit Dr. Natalia Beer explained that the procurement of this first third of doses of COVID-19 vaccines became “effortless” because of the support of our international partners.
She pointed to the eradication of polio, absent in Belize since 1981, as an example of how the low-cost vaccine can boost health, but lamented a downturn in the number of children vaccinated in the last year, an effort she vowed to see resume.
“COVID-19 vaccines save lives,” said Dr. Beer, both directly and indirectly and reminding that the more people are vaccinated, the quicker we can get on with life and prevent future outbreaks.
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