Belgian government accidentally reveals prices of vaccines

Belgian government accidentally reveals prices of vaccines

The Belgian government accidentally disclosed the prices of vaccines against coronavirus COVID-19, which were purchased by the European Union.

This is reported by Der Spiegel.

Belgian State Budget Secretary Eva de Bleeker posted a table on Twitter showing the price per dose of each vaccine and the expected costs of purchasing the drugs. The tweet was deleted half an hour later, but it was noticed by journalists of the Belgian publication HLN.

Belgian government accidentally reveals prices of vaccines

According to the published screenshot, one dose costs the European Union from €1.78 to $18. The most expensive are Moderna ($18) and BioNTech/Pfizer (€12). Next are CureVac (€10), Johnson & Johnson ($8.50), Sanofi/GSK (€7.56) and Oxford/AstraZeneca (€1.78). Belgium will buy a total of 33 million doses for €279 million.