Pakistan to get millions of COVID vaccine doses from COVAX

Lahore, 12th April: Pakistan will receive 15 million doses of coronavirus vaccine from the COVAX.

According to the latest reports, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi announced on Monday to receive 15 million doses of the COVID vaccine from the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) COVAX scheme.

FM Qureshi took to his Twitter handle to make the major announcement after his meeting with German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas.

Qureshi informed that the vaccine by COVAX will be delivered to Pakistan by May 2021.

Qureshi tweeted, “Following my meeting with Foreign Minister @HeikoMaas, I am happy to announce that Pakistan will receive 15 million doses of the #COVID vaccine under COVAX, with a commitment for these to be delivered by May.”

It is to be noted that Shah Mahmood Qureshi is with a delegation in Berlin, Germany on a two-day official visit to celebrate 70 years of diplomatic relations with the country.

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