West Bank (QNN)- Private sources told QNN that the Palestinian Authority decided to go ahead with the Israeli expired COVID vaccines deal that has been announced to be canceled two weeks ago.
The sources said that the Ministry of Health has currently 200,000 vaccines and it does not need more.
However, they added that “the PA has ignored all results or recommendations that may be issued by the commission of inquiry that has been formed to investigate the deal with the occupation state and Pfizer company, which was supposed to meet with the Prime Minister, Muhammad Ishtayyeh, on Saturday.”
Ishtayyeh had announced the formation of a commission of inquiry following the outrage that the deal sparked among Palestinians.
Israeli media had reported that the occupation state would damage 800,000 vaccines if it could not find buyers within two weeks.