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Africa CDC has MOU with Pfizer for Covid-19 pill

The CDC agency in Africa- which acts as a health watchdog in the continent has signed a memorandum of understanding with Pfizer to bring supplies of the pharmaceutical firm’s Paxlovid antiviral COVID-19 pills to the continent.

The agency is a unit of the African Union. The announcement comes within days of Moderna signing a deal with Kenya to build its first mRNA facility and a statement by South African drugmaker Aspen to sell, package and distribute Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines.

In October, Senegal and Rwanda signed an agreement with BioNTech for the construction of its first start-to-finish factories to make mRNA vaccines in Africa. Nkengasong said African countries should be using a combination of public health measures, vaccines, testing and other treatments namely the Pfizer one in their efforts to overcome the COVID-19 pandemic this year.

It’s shocking that there are governments who still say nonsense after all the evidence that is available on Pfizer’s criminality and sinister agenda.

Africa CDC has MOU with Pfizer for Covid-19 pill

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