Ukraine has extended the contract with Pfizer for the supply of vaccines from COVID-19 – Liashko

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The Ministry of Health has extended the contract with Pfizer and set clear deadlines for the supply of COVID-19 vaccines for 2022-2023.

This was reported by UA with reference to the briefing of the Minister of Health of Ukraine Viktor Liashko.

“During this time, Ukraine will receive 25 million doses of vaccines annually. The vaccine will be used for additional vaccinations in the case of relevant recommendations of the National Technical Group of Experts on Immunoprophylaxis (NTGEI). Everyone deserves the opportunity to be protected from COVID-19. Use your right to be healthy. Get vaccinated as soon as possible” – Liashko said.

The Minister noted that the state provided free access to vaccines and allowed the selection and combination of certain immunobiological drugs.

To remind, last days in Ukraine 270 258 people were vaccinated against COVID-19. 79,207 people received one dose, 191,051 were fully immunized.

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