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Prime Minister Scott Morris said in a press release on Thursday that Australia has secured 50 million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine, bringing the country’s total purchases to more than 134 million doses.

Fifty million of the new doses will be provided by NovaVax, while Pfizer and Bioentech will supply 10 million doses, he said.

Australia has now acquired a total of four Covid-19 vaccines and the total investment has reached more than AU ૨ 2 billion (US $ 4 billion), he said.

Prime Minister Morris said investing in various vaccines would be crucial for the country to get access to the vaccine as soon as possible.

“We are not putting all our eggs in one basket and if medical experts recommend them, we will continue to vaccinate more.”

Supply deals between countries and vaccine manufacturers have so far favored developed countries and territories, including Australia, Australia, the UK, the US, Hong Kong, Macau, Japan, Switzerland and Israel, as well as the European Union.

Developing countries, including India, Bangladesh, China, Brazil, Indonesia and Mexico, have also secured vaccine deals, but the Serum Institute of India (SII) recently predicted that the vaccine would take four to five years to reach everyone around the world.