Two veterinarians are said to have administered the vaccinations to 75 residents of Calama, in northern Chile. Canine Coronavirus (CCoV) is unlike SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that is still holding the world hostage.
The health services discovered the facts when they visited a veterinary clinic in Calama in September. They saw how the staff was working without a mask. When asked about this, they replied that they had been vaccinated by a local veterinarian.
“It is very dangerous,” Rosana Diaz, the ministerial secretary for the Antofagasta region, told 24horas TV. “Studies show that the effects in humans can be local, such as irritation … but also systemic.”
The Public Health Service says at least 75 people, including health workers and minors, have received the canine vaccine. To date, Chile has already administered the SARS-CoV-2 vaccine to at least 7.7 million people, out of a target population of 15.2 million. Not only does it rely on vaccines from Western companies such as Pfizer-BioNTech, AstraZeneca and Johnson, but also Chinese vaccine Sinova. The country recorded about 1.13 million injuries and 25,000 deaths.
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