(ANSA) - TEL AVIV, 18 JUN - The Palestinian government has decided to cancel the agreement with Israel on the exchange of Pfizer doses as those received today have a deadline too close. This was announced by the Minister of Health of the Palestinian National Authority (NPC) Mai al-Kailas, according to which - Palestinian media reports - the ministry experts have decided that the vaccines received by Israel "do not comply with the specifications and therefore have decided to return them". The agreement provided that the PNA would return the approximately 1.5 million vaccines received from Israel with the supply arriving in September October from Pfizer. (HANDLE).
Palestinians cancel vaccine deal with Israel
The Palestinian government has decided to cancel the agreement with Israel on the exchange of Pfizer vaccine doses as those received today are too short of an expiration date. (HANDLE)