The delivery of the first vaccines of Moderna against Covid-19 in the countries of the European Union and the European Economic Area started today, January 11, 2021.
In a statement on the latest in the distribution of the company's vaccines in Europe, Moderna states that the transfer of Moderna vaccines will be carried out by the world-famous company Kuehne + Nagel, while the process will be initiated and coordinated by the central node of the company, for transport of pharmaceutical products in Europe.
“This is an exciting milestone and we are very proud of the role that the Moderna vaccine will play in tackling the pandemic in Europe,” said Dan Staner, vice president and head of EMEA at Moderna.
“The distribution of the vaccine throughout the European Union,” he said, “is one of the largest logistics projects that our company has been called to coordinate in its ten years of operation.”
In Cyprus, the first batches of MODERNA vaccines will arrive by next Wednesday at the latest, according to information.
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