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Moderna vax dosages from Germany have arrived.

The German government gave another 1,020,500 doses of Moderna vaccinations to the Philippines on Friday through the COVAX Facility.

The arrival of Singapore Airlines Flight SQ912 at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 in Pasay City was welcomed by Secretary Carlito Galvez Jr., leader of the National Task Force (NTF) Against Covid-19.

The European Union (EU) and its member states, including the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, France, Spain, and Austria, had previously pledged to stand in “full solidarity” with the Philippines by donating 14,525,700 million doses of various Covid-19 vaccine brands, which were delivered between December 13 and 15.

The recently supplied Moderna doses are part of a total of 9.9 million additional donations that EU members are anticipated to supply by the end of 2021.

“We applaud the European Union and all those who gave the much-needed vaccines,” Galvez added, “given how important they are for us to have universal immunity.”

Galvez was joined by Anja Hartung, German Embassy’s first secretary and consul; Thomas Meyerer, UNICEF’s deputy representative; Maurizio Cellini, EU First Counsellor; Carla Orozco, UNICEF Immunization Specialist; and Carissa Cruz, NTF Director.

500,000 AstraZeneca doses, provided by the Argentinian government, will also arrive on Friday night.

Austria’s donation of 811,980 Pfizer jabs and 1,164,150 government-procured Pfizer dosages through the Asian Development Bank is set to arrive on Saturday (1,058,850 doses at NAIA Terminal 3 and 105,300 doses at the Davao International Airport).

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