The EU has reserved another 100 million doses of Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, Will increase to 600 million by 2021, This Monday reported the European Health Commissioner Stella Kyriakides (Stella Kyriakides).
“The European Commission has activated Add 100 million doses of BioNTech/Pfizer vaccine contract options. “The European Commissioner announced on his Twitter account that by 2021, a total of 600 million doses of drugs will be shipped to the European Union.”
He added that the chief executive of the community “continues to work tirelessly to ensure that the vaccine can be delivered quickly” to the citizens of the coalition.
The European Commission stated a few days ago that it considers the pharmaceutical company Pfizer-BioNTech and its messenger RNA dose for Sars-CoV-2 to be “The backbone” of European vaccines Pfizer will start providing the 25 million vaccines (50 million doses) that the pharmaceutical company plans to send to the EU in the second half of this year in April.
Among the four EMA approved vaccines, Pfizer and Moderna vaccines were developed using the latest technology Messenger Messenger RNA. Messenger ribonucleic acid (MRNA) allows instructions or molecules that induce cells to produce certain proteins to be injected into the body.
EU has signed 300 million Pfize vaccinesr (600 million doses) and 230 million Moderna vaccines (460 million doses).
In contrast, AstraZeneca and Janssen vaccines are based on Modified common cold virus Chimpanzees and humans (adenovirus).
Commission has pre-ordered 200 million vaccines from AstraZeneca (400 million doses) and 400 million doses of Jenssen (400 million doses because it requires a single injection).