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35,000 vaccine doses in Ukraine about to expire

Source : 112 Ukraine

The deadline is September 30, Healthcare Ministry says
08:03, 29 September 2021

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Currently, Ukraine has almost 11,500,000 doses of vaccine of various producers at its disposal. 35,676 doses from that amount are going to expire on September 30. Ukraine's Healthcare Ministry reported that as quoted by Interfax-Ukraine news agency.

According to the message, currently, there are the following amounts of doses kept in the local, regional and national storages: 6,998,206 doses of CoronaVac, 1,687,688 doses of Pfizer (Comirnaty) and 2,771,190 doses of AstraZeneca. 

On September 30, the following amount of vaccine doses will expire: 1,640 doses of AstraZeneca and 34,036 doses of Pfizer. On October 31, 1,604,591 doses of AstraZeneca and 5,772 doses of Pfizer will reach their expiration dates, too. 1,164,959 doses of AstraZeneca and 2,862 doses of Pfizer vaccine will reach their expiration date on November 30.

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A large amount of available Coronavac vaccines will be good through June 15, 2022, and April-August 2023. 

Ukraine's Healthcare Ministry marks that currently, some 107,000 vaccination rounds are performed on the daily basis; however, "this rate is going up already". The demand is clearly growing, because since the moment of introduction of the yellow level of epidemiological danger the number of injections of first vaccine doses increased by almost 25 percent. 

Related: Ukraine considers launching vaccination for children aged over 12

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