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COVID-19: Lebanon to vaccinate with Pfizer vaccine


Lebanon has reserved 2 million doses of the COVID-19 Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, the health minister confirmed. This amount covers approximately 20% of the Lebanese population. They have announced that negotiations have been underway with the company to purchase the vaccines and they are expected to be in Lebanon in February and the agreement is expected to be signed today. Lebanon is in a situation of historical economic crisis and has caused the government to become indebted with a shortage of cash and foreign currency. Because the major reforms demanded by foreign donors and supporters have not materialized, they have been unwilling to finance…

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