Indian COVID vaccine arrives in Iran

Tehran (IP) - The deputy head of Iran's Customs for technical affairs announced the arrival of the Indian COVID vaccine in Iran.

Iran PressIran News: Mehrdad Jamal Arvanaqi said that the shipment of the Indian COVID vaccines arrived at Tehran's Imam Khomeini Airport, which contained 150,000 doses of the vaccine.

"As with previous vaccine consignments, customs formalities for the shipment were performed at the airport. The vaccine cargo was quickly cleared and delivered to the Ministry of Health," Arvanaqi added.

Earlier, four shipments of COVID vaccine, including three shipments from Russia and one from China, were imported to Iran.

The Spokesman for Iran's Food and Drug Administration Kianoosh Jahanpour also said a shipment of 100,000 doses of Cuban-made vaccine was also sent to Tehran for the implementation of the third phase of the human trial.


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