Over 13M COVID vaccine doses to reach Pakistan on June
( MENAFN ) A senior health official announced on Monday that Pakistan will receive another 13.2 million shots of coronavirus vaccine by the end of June.
Nearly 90 percent of the doses had been ordered, with the remainder donated, reporters quoted Dr. Faisal Sultan, the prime minister's health advisor as saying in a press statement in Islamabad.
He went on to say that the nation had put orders with various firms for a total of 30 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, along with the 13.2 million.
So far, 5.8 million doses have been collected and are being distributed throughout the world, according to Sultan, who added that the remaining 11 million jabs will be delivered in batches after June.
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