Albert Bourla, AP

Covid-19 roundup: EC strikes deals with Pfiz­er, Mod­er­na for an­oth­er 350 mil­lion vac­cine dos­es; UK ethics body OKs chal­lenge tri­al

The Eu­ro­pean Com­mis­sion has inked deals with Mod­er­na and Pfiz­er for a to­tal of 350 mil­lion more vac­cine dos­es, to be de­liv­ered through­out 2021.

It’s un­clear how much the EC is pay­ing for any of the dos­es. Mod­er­na has promised to de­liv­er 150 mil­lion more dos­es in Q3 and Q4, bring­ing the biotech’s to­tal com­mit­ment up to 310 mil­lion dos­es in 2021. As part of the new agree­ment, the EU al­so holds the op­tion to buy an­oth­er 150 mil­lion dos­es for de­liv­ery in 2022.

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