Tehran (IP) – The Iranian Health Minister announced the export of the first COVID vaccine consignment from Iran to Venezuela.


Iran PressIran news: Bahram Einollahi announced Iran's readiness to export four million doses of COVID vaccine and stated that the first consignment was dispatched to Venezuela.

The Iranian health minister highlighted that he had met with nine health ministers from different countries and had announced Iran's readiness to export vaccines to other countries, noting that Iran could even provide vaccines for free to countries that are not in good condition in terms of development.

"We have four million doses of vaccine ready for export, and in the first shipment we sent 100,000 doses to Venezuela, and their health minister again asked us to send more, which we will send," Einollahi said.


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