Argentina has new health chief after vaccine line-jumping scandal
Argentina's new health minister has taken office following the resignation of her predecessor after he was caught helping friends skip the line for vaccinations.
Carla Vizzotti, an internal medicine specialist, was sworn in by President Alberto Fernandez at the presidential residence in a brief ceremony broadcast on television. She did not issue a statement afterward or take questions from the media.
As a former deputy minister, Vizzotti, 48, was responsible for securing the Russian Sputnik V vaccine for Argentina.