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"Today is a day of hope," says the first vaccinated in Ecuador

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Quito, Ecuador Jan 21 (EFE) (CAMERA: Juan Francisco Chávez).- The first person vaccinated in Ecuador against COVID-19, Jorge Luis Vélez, was hopeful that with the arrival of the first vaccines to the Andean country.

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