Vaccine donation from Iceland and Germany confirmed

Both Iceland and Germany have each agreed to a donation Covid-19 vaccines to Thailand and the Thai Cabinet has now endorsed receiving the vaccine shipments. A government spokesperson expressed gratitude for the 2 donations totalling 446,one hundred vaccine from the two European nations.
The spokesman stated that the vaccines represented the good relations Thailand have with the nations of Europe in addition to steps forward in Thailand progress in negotiating and obtaining extra Covid-19 vaccines as the country has lately stepped up its procurement of several different vaccine brands and varied resources, together with a stalled shipment of 1 million Pfizer vaccines from the United States stated to be ready on Thailand finishing the right paperwork through the right channels.
Iceland has supplied 100,000 Pfizer vaccines to Thailand as a donation to supply support to the nation’s Covid-19 efforts, according to the Thai government’s spokesperson.
346,a hundred doses of AstraZeneca vaccines are on provide by the Federal Republic of Germany along with the Icelandic donation. The German vaccine donation is meant to augment the efficacy of the distribution of vaccines all through Thailand.
Gift of one hundred,000 Pfizer vaccines from Iceland and 346,a hundred AstraZeneca vaccines are expected to reach in Thailand this month, around the same time as Hungary is about to fill an order of four hundred,000 AstraZeneca vaccines the Thai authorities had beforehand ordered..g

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