Brazil receives this Sunday (22) 2,152,800 doses of vaccine from Pfizer. The first part of the immunizers arrived in the early morning and another arrived in the afternoon. The first shipment, with 1,076,400 doses, landed at Viracopos airport, in Campinas, around 7:30 am. The second is scheduled to arrive at 4:30 pm.
With these two batches, Pfizer totals 47,947,770 doses delivered to the National Immunization Program (PNI), of the Ministry of Health, since April 29th. A new delivery schedule will start next Tuesday (24).
The contract signed with the pharmaceutical provides for the delivery of 200 million doses to Brazil. The schedule must be met by the end of 2021.
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