Journalist Horacio Verbitski said this morning that, after calling Health Minister Guinness Gonzalez Garcia, he received the first dose of the Sputnik V vaccine yesterday at the health ministry headquarters in downtown Buenos Aires.
In his usual column on the radio Discovery, a journalist close to the ruling party reported that, after nine members of his family contracted the SARS-CoV-2 virus and one died, decided to move on with the Covid-19 vaccination despite making remarks a few weeks ago.
During his radio speech, Verbitski explained in detail: “I decided to get vaccinated. I started figuring out where to do it. I called my old friend Guinness Gonzalez Garcia, when I knew him long before he was a minister. “
“He told me I had to go to Posadas Hospital. When I wanted to go, I got a message from the Guinness Secretary who told me to go a team of vaccinators from Posad who will come to the ministry and go there to give me the vaccine“Added the journalist, who said that it was time for the second dose on March 12.
The The news comes amid controversy over the vaccination order, following the spread images of militants, legislators and people who are not in priority groups to receive doses that are currently scarce in the country.
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