Another 214,000 Pfizer jabs delivered to Hungary

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Another 214,000 doses of the COVID vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech have arrived in Hungary, the local unit of Pfizer said, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

Pfizer Gyógyszerkereskedelmi said the latest shipment raises total deliveries of the Comirnaty vaccine to Hungary to close to 7.6 million doses.

The unit said Pfizer had reliably delivered COVID-19 vaccines to inoculation points in Hungary on a weekly basis for more than half a year.

It added that over 1.5 million doses of the vaccine had been delivered in the first quarter, more than 4.6 million doses in the second quarter, and 3.2 million doses in the third quarter.

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