Will help against Omicron: first shipment of anti-COVID drug arrives in Israel

Will help against Omicron: the first batch of the drug against COVID has arrived in Israel

The first shipment of Pfizer's coronavirus drug has arrived at Ben Gurion Airport.

It happened on December 30th.

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett negotiated supplies with Pfizer CEO Albert Burla.

“The Pfizer drug that arrived in Israel today is one of the first to become an important addition to the arsenal in the fight against coronavirus,” & ndash; Bennett noted.

Previously, the Ministry of Health approved the use of the drug antiviral drug & quot; Paklovid & quot; Pfizer.

Earlier, the department and Pfizer signed an agreement on the purchase of the drug. & quot; Paxlawid & quot; was approved last week by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

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