Pfizer Will Supply the United States with 100 Million Additional Vaccine Doses

US drugmaker Pfizer announced on Wednesday morning statement that it will supply the United States with 100 million additional doses of its COVID-19 vaccine by July 2021. The deal brings the total number of doses to be delivered to the country to 200 million, allowing for 100 million people to be vaccinated.

US drugmaker Pfizer announced on Wednesday morning statement that it will supply the United States with 100 million additional doses of its COVID-19 vaccine by July 2021. The deal brings the total number of doses to be delivered to the country to 200 million, allowing for 100 million people to be vaccinated.

Pfizer also said that it will deliver at least 70 million doses by June 30th along with German partner BioNTech, with the balance of the 10 million doses to be supplied no later than July 31st.

The United States government will pay $1.95 billion for the additional 100 million doses, bringing the total paid to the drugmaker to nearly $4 billion. 

The government already has a deal with Pfizer for 100 million doses of the vaccine, which are being rolled out across the nation after the shot won emergency use authorization earlier this month.


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