Sputnik Light COVID-19 Vaccines Purchased from and Donated by Russian Federation Arrives at Myanmar

For the COVID-19 prevention, control and treatment, one million of Sputnik Light COVID-19 vaccine purchased from Russian Federation and 400,000 doses of Sputnik Light COVID-19 donated by Russian Federation arrived at Myanmar in January 2022.

· 400,000 doses of Sputnik Light donated by Russian Federation arrived at Myanmar on 13 January.

· Of one million doses of Sputnik Light purchased from Russia, 488,000 doses as the first batch arrived at Myanmar on 13 January, and 512,000 doses as second batch arrived at Myanmar on 16 January.

The Ministry of Health has received a total of 46.1 million of COVID-19 vaccines purchased from abroad (15.4 million doses of Covishield, 26.7 million doses of Sinopharm, three million doses of Sinovac, one million doses of Sputnik-V) and a total of 15.4 million doses as donations (2.5 million doses of Covishield, 3.6 million doses of Sinopharm, 6.7 million doses of Sinovac, 2.2 million doses of Covaxin and 0.4 million doses of Sputnik-V), totaling 61.5 million doses.

  • 400,000 doses of Sputnik Light donated by Russian Federation arrived at Myanmar and 488,000 doses out of one million Sputnik Light COVID-19 vaccines purchased from Russia arrived on 13 January.
  • 512,000 doses arrived at Myanmar on 16 January as the second batch.
  • The Ministry of Health has received a total of 46.1 million of COVID-19 vaccines purchased from abroad and a total of 15.4 million doses as donations, totaling 61.5 million doses.

 

engdate: 
Monday, January 17, 2022 - 08:30
month: 
January, 2022