MAINZ (Germany) - The first deliveries of the coronavirus vaccine within the European Union can start on Wednesday, according to the German manufacturer BioNTech.
By the end of the year, 12.5 million doses would be ready for the bloc, BioNTech chief executive Sean Marett announced on Tuesday.
The vaccination doses are currently stored in the plant of BioNTech's US partner Pfizer in Puurs, Belgium. This is where the raw materials, which are manufactured in BioNTech's various production facilities, are processed and filled.
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