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Written by Aleksandra HOXHAJ 21 Tetor 2021
The British "Daily Mail" has shed light on the secret contracts with Pfizer for vaccines. In the article, "Daily Mail" states that the company Pfizer has forced some countries to sign abusive contracts for the supply of anti-Covid vaccines. The report from "Public Citizen" shows a series of conditions that Pfizer has set for some countries to buy the vaccine. The countries included are Albania, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, the Dominican Republic and Peru. Pfizer, the world's most widely used vaccine distributor, has been accused of using its vast control over life-saving shocks to "harass" emerging nation governments in purchase negotiations. The bomb report, released by Public Citizen on Tuesday, alleges the New York City-based company worked to silence governments. has restricted nations' access to vaccine donations, forced governments to pay if they face lawsuits for violating intellectual property laws, and confiscate public assets in the event of lost payments such as foreign bank accounts. "Countries like Albania, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, the Dominican Republic and Peru were subject to these conditions to buy the vaccine," wrote the Daily Mail. "Public Citizen" managed to get nine copies of Pfizer contracts, which have always denied their transparency. According to the Daily Mail, Pfizer contracts prevent the company from being penalized if deliveries are delayed. Public Citizen reports that high-income countries, such as the United States, have aided Pfizer in these harassment tactics by resolutely defending their IP and allowing the company to form a "monopoly." Public Citizen received nine unregistered copies of the Pfizer acquisition agreement with eight countries and the European Union. The documents revealed previously unknown clauses within contracts that could potentially harm developing nations. A provision in the contract with Brazil, for example, prompted the South American country to waive its sovereign immunity, which protects the nation from vaccination lawsuits, reports Public Citizen. "The contract also prevents Pfizer from being penalized for late deliveries," she said. caused the South American country to lift its sovereign immunity, which protects the nation from vaccination lawsuits, reports Public Citizen. "The contract also prevents Pfizer from being penalized for late deliveries," she said. caused the South American country to lift its sovereign immunity, which protects the nation from vaccination lawsuits, reports Public Citizen. "The contract also prevents Pfizer from being penalized for late deliveries," she said.
Pfizer forces countries not to provide details on contracts
The Dily Mail stated that countries that sign contracts are not allowed to make public announcements about details or disputes. Also, countries that sign a contract with Pfizer are deprived of donations from other countries. The Daily Mail has taken the case of Brazil where it states that if it were to receive the vaccine from another nation, Pfizer would close the contract and Brazil would have to pay the contract without receiving the doses. "Countries, including the US, are not allowed to make any public announcements about the details of the contract and any possible dispute must be resolved by private arbitration. Pfizer is also allowed to control and limit vaccine donations as part of the contract, Public Citizen reveals. Nations that sign purchase agreements with Pfizer may be prevented from receiving donations from other nations, so that the doses are purchased directly from them. "If Brazil, for example, received a donation of COVID-19 vaccine doses from another nation, Pfizer would terminate the contract and the nation would have to pay the remainder of the contract without receiving any of the remaining doses." britanikja.