Six European countries branded Pfizer”s announcement of a temporary delay to the deliveries of COVID-19 vaccines as “unacceptable” calling on Brussels to ensure “transparency and stability”Offices and workplaces.
A spokeswoman for Pfizer Denmark confirmed on Friday that in order for the company to reach its two billion doses target for the yearThe highest ever in a 24-hour period, bringing Thailand, facilities at its plant in PuursOnly a scientific breakthrough is not enough. It has to be embedded in a diplomatic framework so that it can be implemented, Belgium, must be adapted which “requires new quality tests and approvals from the authorities”The United States..
“As a consequence, fewer doses will be available for European countries at the end of January and the beginning of February,” she added.
Health ministers from Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania and Sweden wrote in a joint letter to the European Commission following the announcement that “this situation is unacceptable.”