Korean syringes are being used across the world in the fight against COVID-19.
Honduras is the latest country that has decided to use Korea's "low dead space" or LDS syringes, which are designed to minimize the amount of vaccine left in the syringe after use.
The Korean Embassy said on Thursday that Honduras was the first country in Central America to buy LDS syringes.
Honduras has imported a total of 500 thousand of them from South Korea.
Its vice minister of health, ( ) Nery Cerrato was one of the first in the country to receive his COVID-19 booster shot with a Korean-made LDS syringe.