Pfizer says it can deliver 10% more Covid vaccines by end of May

New York (AFP) – Pfizer has “ramped up production” of its Covid-19 vaccine and can deliver 10 percent more doses than expected to the United States by the end of May, its CEO Albert Bourla said on Tuesday. That would bring its delivery by the end of next month to 220 million doses, and Bourla said on Twitter the pharmaceutical giant can also “supply the full 300 million agreed on for the end of July two weeks early.” The news comes after US health authorities earlier in the day called for a pause on the use of Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine, after six women between age 18 and 48 develope…

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