The Estonian government has approved the passage of 100,000 doses of vaccine to Ukraine - free of charge. it can also provide the same number of doses to Ukraine again. Press department of Estonian Foreign Ministry reported that on Twitter.
Minister Eva Maria Lijmets also claimed that Estonia takes part in the EU efforts to exchange vaccines; it will donate 900,000 doses to the countries that need them most. According to the official, 400,000 doses will be passed within COVAX global initiative, and 500,000 more are to be delivered within the program of bilateral humanitarian aid of Eastern Partnership countries (Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia.
"No one is safe until everyone is safe", Lijmets said.
German biopharmaceutical company CureVac states that according to the results of the second phase of the interim trials, CVnCoV vaccine has not reached the expected results of efficiency as the company reported.
“In the unprecedented context of at least 13 variants circulating within the study population subset assessed at this interim analysis, CVnCoV demonstrated an interim vaccine efficacy of 47% against COVID-19 disease of any severity and did not meet prespecified statistical success criteria,” the message says.