Pfizer and BioNtech agree with the United States the transfer of another 100 million vacancies against COVID-19

Washington DC – Pfizer and BioNTech will issue another 100 million doses of vaccine against the coronavirus, including a new agreement with the United States Governor.

The contract with the pharmaceuticals ascending to $ 2 million. The pharmaceutical companies announce the markets that Esperan can send all the doses by 31 July. Para junio, sin embargo, estarĂ­an listas las primeras 70 milloner. The governor has the option to purchase another 400 million doses.

Pfizer has obtained a contract to collect 100 million doses in the governing state.

The Pfizer vaccine was the first to receive approval from the Federal Administration of Drugs and Food (FDA) and last week it was expected to dispatch cargoes to the distant states of the country. We have also recently approved the Moderna vaccine, which was developed in conjunction with the National Institutes of Health.

The Secretary of State for Health and Human Services of the United States, Alex Azar, said in a statement that “I will have enough time to evacuate all the North Americans who are here in 2021”.

For its part, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla indicates “with these 100 million additional doses, the United States will be able to protect more individuals and with the hope of ending this rapid pandemic.”