Denmark sells 500,000 surplus vaccines to New Zealand

Denmark has more than enough vaccines to meet its needs, so it has sold the extra doses to New Zealand.

Danish Minister of Health Magnus Heunicke | Photo: Jens Dresling

The Danish government has agreed to sell 500,000 doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine to New Zealand, the Danish Health Ministry reports in a press release.

Denmark has more than enough vaccines to meet its needs, meaning the country could respond positively when New Zealand reached out with a request to purchase surplus doses.

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