So far the plan is this.
In the first place, the vaccine is viewed as an emergency necessity, so the state will assume all costs, and laboratories are prohibited from importing and commercializing the vaccine in 2021. This seems to be a global standard.
The first lot of vaccines, bought from the Chinese company Sinopharm, will arrive later this month. They require a cold chain, but not the extremely cold temperatures as others vaccines, requiring a storage temperature of 2 to 8 degrees.
Fase 1 of vaccination, which is set to begin this month, will include public and private sector health workers, military personnel, firefighters, sanitation workers, and - interestingly - people who will be convoked to work the tables for the upcoming election.
Fase 2 will include adults older than 60, people with comorbidity, native comunities, workers at prisons. At the end of phase two (shouldn't that actually be phase 3?) will be those between 18 to 59 years of age.
Vaccinators will treat 90 people in 6 hour shifts. https://gestion.pe/peru/covid-19-este-s ... ru-noticia
Finally, light at the end of the tunnel.