Pfizer expects to deliver 2.4 million Covid-19 vaccine doses to Brazil this week

With this week's deliveries, the pharmaceutical company will reach 5.8 million doses sent to Brazil under the contract signed on March 19 that foresees a total of 100 million doses by the end of the third quarter.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Pfizer pharmaceutical company has confirmed the delivery of 2.4 million doses of its vaccine against Covid-19 to the Ministry of Health this week. Flights to the International Airport of Viracopos (VCP), in Campinas (SP), will take place on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Each of the first two flights will carry 936,000 doses. On Thursday, another 527,000 doses will land in Viracopos.

These deliveries are part of the first contract between the pharmaceutical company and the Ministry of Health, signed on March 19, which foresees a total of 100 million doses by the . . .

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