Cuban COVID-19 Vaccines To Come Under WHO Scrutiny
Immunization Campaign Begins In Children
The Cuban government has approved the country’s home grown COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use in children, while Mexico is poised to authorize another Cuban vaccine.
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