Hungary lends another 200,000 COVID jabs to Czech Rep
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Hungary delivered another 200,000 of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID jabs it is lending to the Czech Republic on Friday, according to a report by state news wire MTI.
Hungarian ambassador to the Czech Republic Miklós Boros delivered the vaccines to Prime Minister Andrej Babis at the central army hospital in Prague.
Earlier in the summer, Hungary lent 140,950 of the Pfizer jabs to the Czech Republic
Hungary, Austria, and Slovenia made a joint pledge in April to supply the Czech Republic with COVID vaccines after the country's order volume from Brussels was reduced following a redistribution compromise.
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