Almost at the same time, an Aerolineas Argentinas aircarft will leave Ezeiza International Airport for China while authorities will receive the tenth flight from Russia, with more doses of Sputnik V vaccine.
President of Aerolineas Argentinas, Pablo Ceriani, tweeted that, through that company, they intend to contribute to the efforts made to curb the spread of the pandemic.
Every flight that arrives saves more lives, so it is fundamental to have air logistics that could guarantee a swift response, he said.
In the case of China, this is the second flight of the company to Beijing to bring vaccines. The first 904,000 doses of Sinopharm arrived in the first one, on Feb.25.
More than five million different vaccines to fight the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus have been received, and 3,744,566 people have already been vaccinated, according to the latest official data.