Lithuania to send Latvia 201,000 doses of Pfizer vaccine

Lithuania is planning to send 201,200 doses of Pfizer vaccine against Covid-19 to Latvia, Lithuanian public news outlet LRT reported November 3.

“Latvia is currently in a very unfavorable situation in terms of vaccine quantities it has booked and the manufacturer's supply schedules, so [the country] has asked for help [...] so that they could balance their schedules,” the Lithuanian Health Minister Arūnas Dulkys was quoted.

The doses would be sent as humanitarian aid by November 19.

LSM reported earlier that Latvia's Pfizer vaccine stocks were starting to run low and it was intended to ask for help.

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