COVID vaccine setback: Pfizer admits it can ship only HALF the 100M doses it promised globally by the end of 2020 after 'supply chain problems' - but Moderna says it's on to deliver 20M to the US this month | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

COVID vaccine setback: Pfizer admits it can ship only HALF the 100M doses it promised globally by the end of 2020 after 'supply chain problems' - but Moderna says it's on to deliver 20M to the US this month

Pfizer and partner BioNTech will only be able to ship half as many doses of its coronavirus vaccine as it promised by the end of the year, cutting its planned global rollout from 100 million to 50 million doses, sources told the Wall Street Journal.

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