Moldova to receive over 700,000 Pfizer vaccine doses


The Republic of Moldova will be supplied with over 700,000 doses of Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine against COVID-19. The contract with Pfizer is in Chisinau and the authorities can sign it. Germany helped the Republic of Moldova to open negotiations on the contract, President Maia Sandu announced in a ceremony to receive a lot of assistance to fight the COVID-19 pandemic offered by the Government of Germany to Moldova, IPN reports.

The official said the lot of Pfizer vaccine doses will be delivered to Moldova later. Maia Sandu called on the people, including those who work in healthcare, to accept the available vaccines.

Some 10.7% of Moldova’s population has been immunized with the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine so far.