“People who would like to travel... as I said: it is a strategy, a dream – to enable people from the first, second, third, possibly, the fifth stage of the vaccination to get the vaccine on the paid basis. In other words, the remains of the vaccine that the government cannot use for other people because all people at the first stage are vaccinated and there are no other wishing – of course, we will pass it to the fifth state and, of course, we, as the government, can pass or sale at cost price to commercial clinics for vaccination of people who would like with tourist purposes to go somewhere and afford to vaccinate out of the vaccination stages,” Shmygal said.
Besides, the PM added that in summer, the producers of the vaccine could sell it not only to the government but also to the commercial structures.
“Basically without the governmental support, the private clinics, laboratories would be able to vaccinate people on a paid basis and it will provide the particular possibility for tourist flow to travel and open the countries,” the PM added.
As we reported, Ukraine will get 117,000 doses of Pfizer vaccine and 1.5 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine.
Earlier, the WHO stated it is impossible to stop the pandemic of coronavirus by the end of the year.