LONDON (Reuters) - Pfizer Inc said on Wednesday it was on track to meet its delivery targets for COVID-19 shots in the United Kingdom in line with an agreed monthly schedule, after Britain warned of a significant reduction in its available supplies of vaccines.
“We can confirm that Q1 deliveries remain on track and continue to progress in line with the monthly schedule,” said a spokeswoman for Pfizer. Britain is rolling out Pfizer’s vaccine along with one made by AstraZeneca.
“We will work closely with the Government to ensure this remains the case; our overall projected supply for Q2 remains unchanged and we are on course to continue to deliver a steady supply of vaccines to the UK, April through to June, in line with our contractual commitments,” the Pfizer spokeswoman said.
Reporting by Alistair Smout, writing by Michael Holden; Editing by Leslie Adler
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