Ukraine marks agreement with Pfizer vaccines


Ukraine has marked an agreement with Pfizer for an extra 10 million portions of its Covid antibody, tenderizing the all out number of dosages to 20 million, President Volodymyr Zelenskiy's office said on Saturday. 

"We marked an agreement. Consequently, we will get a sum of 20 million dosages of Pfizer immunization this schedule year," the official office cited Health Minister Maksym Stepanov as saying. 

Ukraine is hoping to get the initial 500,000 dosages in the following not many weeks, with a further 4.5 million portions in the second from last quarter and the leftover 15 million portions in the final quarter, the assertion said. 

The primary agreement with Pfizer for 10 million dosages was marked a month ago. 

Ukraine likewise plans to source antibodies from AstraZeneca, China and the worldwide COVAX conspire. 

A sum of 752,293 Ukrainians have gotten their first immunization portion as of May 1, as per wellbeing service information. 

The nation has enrolled in excess of 2 million diseases and 44,436 passings since the beginning of the pandemic a year ago.

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