Pfizer coronavirus vaccine – Ukraine signs contract for 10 million doses

“The contract has been signed today. Deliveries will begin in the near future. Logistics issues are being resolved,” the source said.

On the eve of the Minister of Health Maxim Stepanov announced that this week Ukraine will sign a contract for “a sufficiently large number” of vaccines against coronavirus.

However, with whom exactly the contact will be signed, what vaccine and how many doses Ukraine wants to receive, the head of the Ministry of Health did not say. He only noted that Ukrainians will receive this vaccine this year.


At the Office of the President confirmed the information on signing a contract with Pfizer. As told in the OP, Zelensky agreed on this delivery with Pfizer CEO Albert Burla at a meeting in February.

“Today is a very important day for Ukraine and for Ukrainians – today we finally signed an important contract with Pfizer for the supply of 10 million doses of Pfizer vaccine,” Zelensky said.


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