Cost of nationwide Covid-19 vaccination could be €300m
Each member state must foot the bill for vaccines procured by the European Commission, and Ireland may need up to 10 million doses
Covid-19 vaccines could cost the state up to €300 million for an initial supply, according to analysis by the Business Post.
When they become available, Ireland will be allocated a share of vaccines procured by the European Commission. The EU has already signed advance purchase orders for hundreds of millions of vaccines from AstraZeneca, Janssen and Sanofi-GSK.
Several makers of vaccines are moving towards the end of their Phase III trials and are...
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