According to Bloomberg on February 4, Australia and Pfizer have reached an agreement on the supply of 10 million doses of coronavirus vaccine.
Australian Prime Minister Morrison said that the agreement means that Australia can now obtain another 10 million doses of coronavirus vaccine.
The current procurement arrangements for vaccines in Australia are as follows: 53.8 million doses of Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccines
(the vast majority of which will be produced locally in Australia); 20 million doses of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines; 51 million doses of Novava x) Vaccine.
According to the Australian National Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), Brandon Murphy, the Executive Deputy Minister of Health of the Commonwealth of Health of Australia
announced that Australia has purchased 15 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine under the agreements signed and the WHO COVAX plan, and will work to October this year. Former universal vaccination.
Pfizer vaccine is the only vaccine currently approved by the Australian Drug Administration.