#COVID19: Greece Donates 50,000 Doses Of Moderna Vaccines To Gabon

The Greek government has donated 50,000 doses of the Moderna anti-coronavirus vaccine to Gabon.

The Greek government has donated 50,000 doses of the Moderna anti-coronavirus vaccine to Gabon. 

With this donation, Gabon now has the complete arsenal of vaccines against the coronavirus namely the SINOPHARM, Sputnik V, Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer and Moderna.

The consignment of vaccines was brought to Gabon by the Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikos Dendias, who arrived in Libreville, the Gabonese capital on Thursday, Nov. 25 on an official visit.

According to Dendias, the donation “reaffirms the engagement of Greece to contribute actively to the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.”

The Greek Foreign Minister who was in Gabon within the context of the reinforcement of the Greek presence in sub-saharan Africa, on Friday, Nov. 26,  signed an accord on regular political consultations with his Gabonese counterpart, Pacome Moubelet-Boubeya.

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