South Africa to get its first set of Pfizer antibodies


South Africa got its first shipment of Pfizer's Covid-19 antibody late Sunday. 

In excess of 325,000 portions of the Pfizer punch showed up at Johannesburg's OR Tambo International Airport. 

The nation hopes to get near 4.5 million portions of the two-shot antibody before the finish of June. 

South Africa continued hits for the one-shot Johnson and Johnson antibody to wellbeing laborers late April. 

The J&J immunization has been the solitary shot being utilized in the country since suspension of the AstraZeneca antibody in February. 

The following period of the public rollout, incorporate individuals beyond 60 years old. This is because of start on May 17. 

The Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said South Africa on Sunday recorded 1,222 new Covid contaminations, and 11 passings connected to Covid-19 in the past 24 hours.

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