Bulgaria to donate 51,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses to Macedonia

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Bulgarian Minister of Health Stoicho Katsarov said Friday that Bulgaria is preparing to donate 51,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines to the Republic of Macedonia.

According to Katsarov, Bulgaria has donated 172,000 vaccine doses to Bhutan, another donation of 50,000 doses is provided to Bosnia and Herzegovina, 100,000 doses are in the process of being sold to Norway and 546,000 doses to be sold to Portugal.

Bulgarian Health Minister addressing the National Assembly said that official Sofia had taken steps to purchase a new Austrian vaccine, which is still awaiting approval for use, adding “It has been developed based on dead virus.”

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