Pfizer and Biontech have agreed to deliver vaccines to the global vaccine partnership Covax, which is led by the World Health Organization (WHO), according to Reuters sources.
The agreement will be announced on Friday, reports Reuters. Neither Pfizer nor Biontech have commented on the matter.
It is not clear how many doses are in question or what the price will be, but the sources say it is probably a relatively small delivery. The low volume is justified by the fact that the vaccine is primarily intended for health workers in the partner countries.
Covax will help make vaccines available in less prosperous countries. The distribution of vaccines is scheduled to start in February.
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Source: Nettavisen by www.nettavisen.no.
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