There will be 500 thousand doses that the mayor of Mission Texas will donate to the port for the benefit not only of Mazatlán, but also of southern Sinaloa
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- It will be a question that the United States Government, order the pharmaceutical company Jhonson and Jhonson, to release the 500 thousand vaccines that the mayor of Mission, Texas, Armando O’Caña, donated to Mazatlán, recognized the municipal president, Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres.
“Next week we are going to endorse the twinning with Mission, it is no longer in our hands there. The United States Government has to give the order to the Jhonson and Jhonson company to send us the vaccines ”, he assured.
Benítez Torres, announced that on his next visit to the US municipality, he will take the opportunity to meet with Froylán Yescas, a friend of the struggle for 20 years, to help him by speaking with the Government of that country to resolve the process.
“I do see it as feasible, in fact, there is an agreement, it is just a matter of doing a procedure. There is bureaucracy everywhere, but with a little help from friends you can ”, he stressed.
Last month Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres announced the arrival of 500,000 vaccines against Covid-19 that the municipality of Mission Texas would donate to Mazatlán.
Said antigens would not only benefit the citizens of Mazatlán, but also for people from the South of Sinaloa.
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