Australian authorities don't know what to do with excess COVID-19 vaccine
Australian authorities do not know what to do with tens of millions of doses of COVID-19 vaccines that were purchased to fight the pandemic but never came in handy, ABC reported on Monday.
According to him, there are fears that drugs with which they hoped to prevent the spread of coronavirus will simply have to be thrown away.
According to the TV channel, out of 255 million doses purchased in Australia, less than a quarter was used - almost 60 million. Another 40 million were donated to other Asian and Pacific countries.