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Health Ministry extends contract with Pfizer for supply of COVID-19 vaccines for 2022-2023 – Liashko
KYIV. Nov 23 (Interfax-Ukraine) – The Health Ministry has extended the contract with the Pfizer pharmaceutical company for the supply of coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines in 2022-2023, Health Minister Viktor Liashko has said.
"The Health Ministry has extended the contract with Pfizer for the supply of vaccine against COVID-19 for 2022 and 2023 with a clear timetable for the supply of vaccines," he said at a briefing on Tuesday.
Liashko said that under the contract, Ukraine will receive 25 million doses of vaccines annually.