El Salvador receives recognition for supporting Honduras with vaccines in the fight against COVID-19

On this day, Friday, January 28, Vice President Félix Ulloa received recognition from the Government of El Salvador for the donation of vaccines to combat COVID-19 in different municipalities of Honduras.

After the complications on a global scale of accessing these vaccines, several mayors of Honduras requested help from El Salvador, for which, at the instruction of President Nayib Bukele, the government proceeded to donate the anticovid doses.

Due to the act of solidarity to help immunize the region’s collective, Vice President Ulloa received the recognition that was delivered in Tegucigalpa.

The show of gratitude took place during the vice president’s visit on the occasion of the inauguration of Xiomara Castro de Zelaya as president of Honduras.

“Just as we were supportive at the time of the pandemic, sharing our modest vaccine resources, we will continue with that spirit of collaboration and solidarity. It is the message that President Nayib Bukele instructed me to bring” said Vice President Félix Ulloa.

“Infinite thanks for your beautiful and human gesture of solidarity with our people. Each vaccine sowed life and hope. We will have him in our hearts forever and he will endure in the memory of our lives” reads the recognition given to El Salvador.

Among the Honduran municipalities that benefited from the donation of vaccines by El Salvador were: San José de Colinas, Cedros, Santa María de Real, Ojojona, Manto, San Marcos de Caiquín, Arada, Choluteca, Nueva Ocotepeque, Guanja, Utila, Roatán and Jose Santos Guardiola.