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EU seals new Pfizer deal for 1.8 billion vaccines

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European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen

The European Union signed a new contract with Pfizer-Biontech to receive 1.8 billion doses of COVID-19 vaccines for 2021-2023, to cover booster shots, donations and reselling of doses, the European Commission said on Friday.

“Happy to announce that @EU_Commission has just approved a contract for guaranteed 900 million doses (+900 million options) with @BioNTech_Group and @Pfizer for 2021-2023,” European Commission head Ursula von der Leyen said on Twiter.

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