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Biontech and Moderna: That much vaccine should be available by mid-February

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There is still too little vaccine available in Germany. So far, only 1.8 million people have been vaccinated. So far only the funds of the companies Biontech and Moderna are available, on Friday the Ministry of Health expects approval for AstraZeneca as well. Then, it is hoped, significantly more vaccine doses will be available from the beginning of March.

Until then there are only deliveries from Biontech and Moderna. The Ministry of Health has updated the delivery list for the countries. NewsABC.net has it.

From the beginning of the campaign in late December to mid-February, the countries will have received a total of around 6.56 million vaccine doses. Compared to previous delivery lists, that’s around 164,000 more vaccine doses. The difference arises because Biontech’s vaccine deliveries are now officially six instead of five doses. There is also a slight difference to earlier plans with Moderna. Bavaria and North Rhine-Westphalia each get around 1200 doses less in February. When asked, a spokeswoman for the Federal Ministry of Health explains: “In principle, the announced delivery quantities remain. Possible smaller fluctuations are compensated with subsequent deliveries. “

NewsABC.net documents the current delivery list of how much vaccine should now arrive in the countries in the next few weeks.

Delivery list from January 19, 2021 Biontech and Moderna

Delivery list from January 19, 2021 Biontech and Moderna

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