Saudi Arabia approves COVID-19 vaccine
Just In!! Saudi Arabia approves COVID-19 vaccine

Saudi Arabia said it had approved the registration of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine produced for use in the Gulf Country by the US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech.

Saudi Arabia’s state news agency SPA announced that in response to a request from Pfizer, the Saudi Food and Drug Authority gave approval to clear the way for health agencies in the Kingdom to import and use the vaccine.

The agency added that the approval for the vaccine’s registration and use was based on safety and effectiveness data that Pfizer had provided, NAN reports.

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No specific dates have been given for the arrival of the vaccine and the start of its use in the country.

Saudi health authorities in November said the COVID-19 vaccines would be made available to citizens and foreign residents for free.

Earlier, Bahrain, another Gulf country, announced it had approved the emergency use of Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine.

The approval made Bahrain the second country in the world to grant an emergency use authorisation for the vaccine after Britain\

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