The Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine called Comirnaty was approved by the World Health Organization for emergency use.
11:55, 16 April 2021
Liashko listed the vaccines Ukraine should receive.
12:20, 31 March 2021
Vaccine delivery is likely to remain slow, the agency said.
18:45, 13 March 2021
The vaccine from Janssen is the first to be listed by WHO as a single dose regimen, which should facilitate vaccination logistics in all countries.
12:25, 13 March 2021
The excess rich-country doses would go a long way to protecting vulnerable people in poorer countries.
13:45, 20 February 2021
On December 30, Ukraine signed a contract with China's Sinovac for the supply of 1.9 million doses of a coronavirus vaccine.
18:25, 06 February 2021
At the same time, no agreement has been signed.
11:30, 04 February 2021
The vaccines will be provided as part of the COVAX Facility.
12:20, 01 February 2021
The most vulnerable categories of the population will be vaccinated first.
22:55, 30 January 2021
Ukraine was among the first countries to apply for the vaccines in the first wave of their distribution.
18:10, 30 January 2021
The deal is a boost to the global program known as COVAX.
14:10, 23 January 2021
COVAX could begin delivering doses in February.
23:55, 22 January 2021
In March, the first batch with 8 million doses of a vaccine is expected to be shipped to Ukraine under the COVAX Facility.
16:30, 08 January 2021
Earlier, COVAX approved 8 million doses of a free COVID-19 vaccine for Ukraine.
14:50, 29 December 2020
An agreement has now been reached on 8 million doses.
13:10, 24 December 2020
According to Stepanov, vaccination is the best way to overcome COVID-19.
12:45, 17 December 2020
Ukraine hopes to get about 8 million doses of the vaccine under the COVAX Facility.
12:40, 19 November 2020
COVAX has reportedly confirmed the reports on providing Ukraine with a free vaccine for COVID-19.
23:15, 18 November 2020