Covid-19 roundup: Europe reserves 1.8 billion doses of Pfizer vaccines; Republicans slam Biden's TRIPS waiver support
The European Commission on Thursday signed a contract with Pfizer and BioNTech that will allow for the purchase of 900 million doses of the current vaccine and of a vaccine adapted to variants, with the option to purchase an additional 900 million doses.
The EU currently has 600 million Pfizer doses through 2021, and the additional 900 million are expected beginning in December 2021 and continuing into 2023.
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