Pakistan to receive 4mln more doses of Pfizer from the US: report
A Whitehouse official stated that The US will send over four million doses of the Pfizer vaccine to Pakistan.
Through the COVAX 4,149,990 doses were sent to Pakistan, the global vaccine-sharing initiative co-led by Gavi (the Vaccine Alliance), the WHO (World Health Organization), and CEPI (Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness), are in addition to the more than 9.2 million doses of Moderna and Pfizer vaccine already sent to Pakistan since June.
The White House spokesperson in an email said that US President Biden had said formerly that the US is dedicated to certifying inoculation of citizens overseas with the same enthusiasm as it has supervised inoculations at home.
“We are working to get as many safe and effective vaccines to as many people around the world as fast as possible,” he wrote.
Pakistan has managed over 58mn doses of inoculation so far, but millions are still uncertain about getting vaccinated against the contagious infection.
Whereas Pakistan has mainly depended on Chinese vaccines against COVID-19,
On the contrary, the current batch of COVID-19 doses will help administrators deal with a scarcity of inoculations developed by Western countries.
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