The first doses of Moderna’s vaccine arrived to Spain. It finallt did in the morning this Tuesday in a truck from Belgium, which has transported them to a Ministry of Health warehouse in the center of the country. This has been reported by the Secretary of State for Communication, which has specified that in the coming days the doses will be distributed equally among the communities.

The vaccine developed by Moderna, which was authorized last week by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), is the second vaccine against COVID19 in Spain. The Enlgish lab AstraZeneca has requested this Tuesday the agency for authorization to distribute its vaccine, developed with the University of Oxford, in the European Union, so that next month there could be three immunizations available in Spain.

Like the one from Pfizer, which is the one being currently injected, it also works with two doses, although it costs less than 30 euros and has the advantage that it can be stored in conventional refrigerators even above the freezing point.

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