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Mexico will purchase 34.four million Pfizer vaccines

This pharmaceutical company's vaccines were photographed by the British press that rolled off the tape.

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October
19, 2020

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This article has been translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors can occur due to this process.

If it met the requirements, the drug company would have 200 million doses by 2020.

Pfizer's vaccines were photographed by the British press rolling off the line, and Mexico was able to purchase between 15.5 and 34.4 million of them as the American pharmaceutical company is among those to have signed a contract with the country's government.

The vaccines presented have to meet a number of conditions before they can be distributed. First and foremost, they must pass clinical trials and then be approved internationally by regulatory authorities.

If it met the requirements, the pharmaceutical company would have 200 million doses by 2020, of which 40 million were for the UK. Likewise, they would produce an estimated 1.3 billion by 2021.

On October 16, the planned sale of Pfizer, AstraZeneca and CanSino in Mexico was announced. The country's government pledged to buy around 140 million cans.

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