Covid-19: Brazil receives the first batch of vaccines from the second contract with Pfizer

Covid-19: Brasil recebe 1º lote de vacinas do 2º contrato com a Pfizer

Honduran Air Force personnel unload a shipment of 5,000 Moderna vaccines donated by Israel on February 25, 2021 – AFP

Today (9), the pharmaceutical company Pfizer delivered the first batch of the vaccine against COVID-19 from the second decade between the federal government and the laboratory, amounting to 1.989 million doses. In all, the agreement signed in May provides for the supply of more than 100 million doses by December.

The vaccinators arrived at Viracopos International Airport, in Campinas (SP), and were immediately transported to the distribution center of the Ministry of Health, in Guarulhos (SP), where they will be sent to more than 38,000 vaccination centers worldwide. Country. parents.

In total, by the end of 2021, according to one of the pharmaceutical companies, Brazil will have received 200 million doses of the immunizing agent against Covid-19, through two contracts for the supply of vaccines. The first, which closed with the Ministry of Health in March, resulted in Delivery 100 million Until the last month of September. The second, signed on May 14, provides for more than 100 million doses from October to December.

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