Germany will receive up to 880,000 fewer doses due to the cancellation of the delivery of the vaccine for the COVID of Moderna
Germany will receive up to 880,000 fewer doses of the COVID vaccine from Moderna Incas delivery of planned doses for the end of April is canceled, reports Business Insider.
“They specifically expected between 627,600 and 878,400 doses of the company for the 17th calendar week (April 26-May 2). Obviously, they will come. “
“As we barely have reservations, but at the same time dozens of vaccination appointments have already been scheduled for the next few weeks, we get in trouble“.
Federal Health Minister Jens Spahn said: “Moderna’s delivery schedules are often very short-term and the corresponding forecasts are subject to great uncertainty. A delivery was canceled on short notice in March. Failure now comes at an inopportune time if vaccination should finally be faster“.
On the other hand, the Italian newspaper La Repubblica reported that the European Medicines Authority (EMA) is expected to say that the cases of blood clots are “probably” related to the AstraZeneca vaccine..