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Saudi Arabia has suspended vaccination against the U.S. Pfizer coronavirus vaccine

Palestine extends the "lockdown order" again. Many countries in the Middle East continue to promote vaccination.

Saudi Arabia suspends vaccination against the American Pfizer against the novel coronavirus. ( Reuters)

According to a Russian satellite news agency on January 21, Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Health announced that it had to delay the vaccination of its residents against the novel coronavirus due to delays in the vaccine provided to Saudi Arabia by Pfizer.

The release said: “Since Pfizer suspended its expansion of production and the extension of vaccine exports to Saudi Arabia and other countries around the world has been delayed, Saudi Arabia has changed the vaccination schedule for people who have been injected with the first dose of vaccine.

Postponing the date of the second vaccine will send a message of a new date of vaccination to those who have been vaccinated for the first shot.”

Saudi Arabia began to be vaccinated against the novel coronavirus on December 17. More than 2 million people have been registered through specialized vaccination software.

Saudi Arabia suspends vaccination against the U.S. Pfizer against COVID-19: Due to delayed supply

Overseas Network, January 21 – Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Health announced that it had been forced to delay the vaccination of its residents against the novel coronavirus, because of the delay in the vaccine provided to Saudi Arabia by Pfizer.

According to the Russian satellite news agency on the 21st, Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Health issued a notice that Saudi Arabia has changed the vaccination schedule for people who have been injected with the first dose of vaccines due to the suspension of the expansion of production and the delay in the company’s export of vaccines to Saudi Arabia and other countries around the world.

Saudi Arabia said it would delay the date of the second vaccine and would send a message of a new vaccination date to those who have been vaccinated for the first shot.

The Saudi Food and Drug Administration (SFDA) reportedly approved the registration and use of the coronavirus vaccine jointly produced by Pfizer and Germany’s BionTech in the country in early December 2020.

The country began vaccination for COVID-19 on December 17, 2020. The first people to get the vaccine are citizens over 65 years old and people with chronic diseases. At present, more than 2 million people have been registered through special vaccination software.

According to the latest Saudi Arabian data, there have been 365,500 infections in Saudi Arabia so far, 357,177 patients have recovered, and 6,338 deaths have been reported.

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