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Pfizer to deliver 10% more doses to US by end of May

Pfizer to deliver 10% more doses to US by end of May

14/4/2021 12:23:00 AM

Pfizer to deliver 10% more doses to US by end of May

Pfizer Inc has ramped up production of its COVID-19 vaccine and can deliver 10per cent more doses to the United States by the end of May, Chief ...

WorldFILE PHOTO: A healthcare worker prepares a Pfizer coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccination in Los Angeles, California, U.S., January 7, 2021. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson/File Photo14 Apr 2021 05:05AMShare this contentBookmarkNEW YORK: Pfizer has ramped up production of its COVID-19 vaccine and can deliver 10 per cent more doses to the United States by the end of May, Chief Executive Officer Albert Bourla said in a tweet on Tuesday.

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