Roqueños received their Carvativir

In the Miranda Island Territory they maintain vaccination and medical care days

Innkeepers, fishermen and families residing in the Gran Roque, in the Los Roques Archipelago National Park, received the Venezuelan medicine Carvativir, to combat covid-19.

The actions are part of the special medical care session against the Sars-CoV-2 virus carried out by the authorities of the Francisco de Miranda Insular Territory, with the support of the national government.

Carvativir is a medicine developed by Venezuelan scientists. It can be used at all ages and is prophylactic in nature. It is massively distributed in the country to strengthen immunity in the human body.

Likewise, the health and community team of the archipelago is applying the second dose of the Russian Spuntik V vaccine and the Chinese Sinopharm, as part of the immunization process that began last March, taking into account the priority sectors already the population in general.



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