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New Zealand gives Pfizer first approval for Govt vaccines

New Zealand gives Pfizer first approval for Govt vaccines

New Zealand, Was considered by its administration in dealing with the epidemic The best in the world, Your first approval Covit-19 vaccine, Pfizer / BioNTech, a pharmaceutical company, announced this Wednesday the regulatory body and government for pharmaceutical products, according to the EFE.

“The provisional approval of the Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine is a positive step in New Zealand’s war against Govt-19, which means we can begin preparations for the first phase. Vaccination programHe said in a statement.

The first shipment of 450,000 doses out of a total of 1.5 million doses of the Pfizer / Bioentech vaccine purchased by New Zealand has been tentatively approved. Fifty Conditions, Arriving by sea at the end of March.

New Zealand officials plan to start vaccinating as soon as the vaccine reaches health, safety, customs and sanitation workers, personnel working at border and isolation centers and flight attendants, and others considered vulnerable.

The vast majority of the country’s population, about 5 million people, will be vaccinated in the second half of 2021.

A total of 1,952 Govt-19 infections have accumulated in New Zealand since the outbreak, including 25 deaths and 61 active cases, all of which were detected in foreign travelers, although by the end of last month three cases had slipped into its tropics. Without eruption with the South African variant.

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The Artern government has been praised internationally for its early and severe handling of the epidemic, which has closed international borders since March and has limited the country to 50 confirmed cases.

During the second wave, it once again controlled the city of Auckland, with a population of 1.7 million in New Zealand, among other measures to prevent the new corona virus.

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