Iraq expects to receive its first doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine by February

According to an article I read online, Iraq has pushed hard to be among the world’s first countries to receive and distribute the vaccine after committing $170 million to COVAX, a global body to promote the vaccine. Andexpects first doses of Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to hit Iraq by February. Iraq is still in talks to receive more vaccines through COVAX, an international body to promote global access to coronavirus vaccines for those in greatest need, as well as being open to other channels.

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I am blessed with a funny gene that makes me enjoy life to the fullest. I love to travel, eat and jog. I write interesting topics in middle east and beyond

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