A crucial delivery of 150,000 Covid vaccines arrived in New Zealand two days early, NZ Herald reports. The shipment, which is the largest in this country to date of the Pfizer vaccine – arrived on Sunday afternoon, two days ahead of schedule. Prime Minister Jacinda Adern was relieved with the vaccines’ arrival, as New Zealand had distributed nearly all of its vaccine supply, with all stock expected to have been used by Wednesday.
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