The dollar traded higher this Monday Venezuela According to Dolarto, after the announcement of the government of Nicolas Maduro, the South American country will receive the first vaccines from the Kovacs mechanism “this week”.
Today the dollar price was 4’110,528.83 sovereign sovereigns in Venezuela’s informal market, 0.19% higher than the 4’102,843.92 units at the end of Friday, according to the portal data DolarToday.
“This Week” Venezuela receives the first vaccine against Kovit-19 from Kovacs, which is administered by the World Health Organization (WHO).
“The first vaccines of the covax mechanism have arrived this week. We want to expedite the covax mechanism, so by October, all vaccines will be vaccinated, according to estimates, 6 million Venezuela,” Maduro said in an interview with his culture minister Ernesto Villegus.
In that interview, he denounced the Venezuelan state television channel (VTV) for finding that “they were going slow” and “ruining” the delivery of vaccines from that mechanism.
“(I) knew of some international officials, the bad guys in those organizations, who lent themselves to ruin Venezuela,” the president said.
Venezuela’s Vice President Delcy Rodriguez on Friday denounced the country for not yet “condemning” the “no dose” of vaccines from the Kovacs mechanism.
“Even though Venezuela has canceled every penny (…) it has not received a single dose as of today; this is what is known as secondary sanctions,” he told a Latin American crossroads in a virtual teacher training class.
With information from EFE
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