In order to prevent coronavirus suffered continuing and mutating rapidly spread around the world millions of state from around the world while ordering doses of vaccine, vaccination started in Turkey as of yesterday. Turkey’s vaccination program was Kovid-19 agenda in the world media.
REFERENCES TO MINISTER KOCA’S WORDS
In the news leaked to the international press about Turkey’s speed on vaccination, “Turkey made a day out, France’s more than he did the first three weeks inoculation” statements took place. In the news, the statements of Health Minister Fahrettin Koca, “We are a country experienced in the implementation of vaccination programs throughout the country. We will win the war we fight against the epidemic together.”
TURKEY DAY TWO MORE THAN 500 THOUSAND PEOPLE were VACCINES
In the news, it was stated that some EU countries expect the supply of Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine, which they have ordered millions of doses; Chinese pharmaceutical company Sinovac’s vaccine is applied in Turkey, was transferred to the first two days, more than 500 thousand people vaccinated. In Turkey, the first day of the program, the more people in France than in the first three weeks of vaccination, which made it almost was underlined that the vaccines.
The number of vaccinated people exceeded 500 thousand
VACCINE SUPPLY IS HAPPENED IN EUROPE
In the report, six EU governments sent a letter to the European Commission, asking the Commission to put pressure on Pfizer-BioNTech “to ensure stability and transparency in vaccine deliveries”. The letter signed by the Ministers of Health of Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia stated that “This situation is unacceptable. It not only affects the planned vaccination programs, but also reduces the reliability of the vaccination process.”
In the news, it was stated that Belgium expects to receive only half of the planned Pfizer vaccine doses this month, while Lithuania will cut the vaccine demand by half until mid-February. It was stated that the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, had met with Pfizer and was assured that the planned deliveries will be made in the first quarter of this year.