Singapore to send 500,000 doses of Pfizer vaccine to Australia Australia to return vaccines to Singapore within this December
On August 31, 2021, ChannelNews Asia reported that Singapore will deliver the COVID-19 vaccine. 500,000 doses of Pfizer-Biotech to Australia Send vaccines back to Singapore. within this December
Singapore's Ministry of Foreign Affairs says up to 500,000 doses of the vaccine can now be delivered to Australia. because now there are enough vaccines The Australian vaccine will be returned in December. It may be used as a 3rd or "add-on" drug for some Singaporeans.
“Such agreement It will help both countries support each other. to be able to vaccinate people on schedule Australia will help too. It can speed up vaccination rates amid the current situation where delta strains have caused the number of infections to skyrocket,” Singapore's foreign ministry said.
Previously, the "vaccination exchange" agreement was an agreement between Israel and South Korea. Israel supplies the near-expiring Pfizer vaccine. South Korea has a total of 700,000 doses, while South Korea will deliver the same amount of the Pfizer vaccine. Return to Israel during September and October.