Coppel could buy vaccines for its workers and donate 100,000 doses to Sinaloa


The state Governor assured that there are many businessmen interested in joining the trust, among them Coppel, who buys for his workers and 100,000 vaccines to donate

Culiacán, Sinaloa.- The Governor of Sinaloa, Quirino Ordaz Coppel, announced that there are many businessmen interested in joining the trust to buy vaccines against Covid-19 in Sinaloa.

He pointed out that among them is Coppel, who through a statement made it known to the governor that he is interested in buying vaccines for his workers, as well as purchasing vaccines to donate to the Sinaloans.

“Many, even Coppel also, yesterday I received a statement from them with a proposal from them, they have a little more than 100,000 workers in the country, they are going to buy 100,000 but they are going to donate or contribute to 100,000 Sinaloans,” he explained.

Ordaz Coppel reiterated that in addition to Coppel, there are about 30 more companies that have expressed interest in joining, which would help to reach the phase where the vaccine is applied to the population sooner.

“Yes, of course, everyone can join, the issue is that the municipalities are also well stuck without funds,” he said.


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