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Bulgaria donates COVID vaccines to Uganda

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The draft agreements provide for a donation of 500,000 doses

The Council of Ministers adopted a Decision approving a draft Tripartite Agreement on Donation of COVID-19 Vaccines between the Republic of Bulgaria, the Republic of Uganda and AstraZeneca, as well as a draft Bilateral Agreement on Donation of COVID-19 Vaccines Produced by AstraZeneca between the Republic of Bulgaria and the Republic of Uganda, as a basis for negotiations.

The draft agreements provide for a donation of 500,000 doses of Vaxzevria vaccine. The above agreements provide that all delivery costs are to be borne by the Republic of Uganda.

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