New Delhi: Pfizer and Moderna have “refused to sell vaccines” to the state government, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Monday, adding that the manufacturers of the vaccine have said they will deal with the central government directly.
NDTV reported that Kejriwal made these claims while talking to reporters.
“We’ve spoken to Pfizer and Moderna for vaccines, and both the manufacturers have refused to sell vaccines directly to us. They have said they will deal with the central government. We appeal to the centre to import vaccines and distribute to the states,” Mr Kejriwal told reporters today.