Pfizer to export U.S.-made COVID-19 shots to Canada starting next week – Reuters

REUTERS/Carlo AllegriPfizer Inc (PFE.N) will next week start supplying Canada with COVID-19 vaccine made in its U.S. plant, a senior official said on Friday, making it the second country to get dosages from the Kalamazoo, Michigan facility.Reuters reported on Thursday that Pfizer had started delivering dosages made at the plant to Mexico, the very first time the business has delivered abroad from U.S. facilities after a Trump-era restriction on its vaccine exports ended at the end of March. Lots of nations where the virus is still rampant are having a hard time to obtain vaccine materials to help tame the pandemic.Canada has deals with Pfizer for up to 76 million doses. Pfizer and German partner BioNTech SE have actually formerly been providing numerous countries consisting of Canada and Mexico with doses from Pfizers main European production plant in Belgium.Pfizer has delivered more than 10 million COVID-19 vaccine dosages to Mexico, making it the nations biggest provider of shots.

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