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Millions of COVID-19 Vaccines Headed for Garbage Cans in the Netherlands

The Netherlands is stuck with a massive surplus of unwanted COVID-19 vaccines. This week, 3.5 million doses will expire, about half of which will end up in the trash, AD reports.

After the run on COVID-19 vaccines in 2020, the race has now turned into finding somewhere to donate the massive surplus before it expires. But Western countries are struggling to find places that still want vaccines, as most other countries already managed to acquire their own.

The COVID-19 vaccines have a freezer life of only nine months. After lobbying through local embassies, the Netherlands can donate 1.7 million doses to Nicaragua and Vietnam. The other 1.8 million doses will likely be destroyed.

“It now concerns AstraZeneca vaccines, which mainly expire at the end of May and a small part at the end of June,” a spokesperson for the Ministry of Public Health confirmed to AD.

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