Japón acuerda con Pfizer y AstraZeneca el suministro de vacunas para COVID-19

El Gobierno de Japón planea asumir el pago de las compensaciones en el país por problemas de salud asociados a la vacuna de la COVID-19, en un intento por asegurarse un suministro estable del extranjero, según informó hoy el diario Nikkei.

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