The UK & Australia have made a similar arrangement. 4 million doses of Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine from the UK to Australia ASAP (first batch of 292,000 in a few days, rest by the end of the month) & Australia will send us the same in a few months, which I imagine will be used for booster doses here.Singapore will soon send half a million Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine doses to Australia as part of a "swap" between the two countries, delivering a boost to the nation's vaccination program.www.abc.net.au
Singapore and Australia has agreed on a vaccine swap. Actually I think swap gives the wrong impression. It's more like lending. With their higher vaccination rate, Singapore doesn't need a lot of vaccines immediately but Australia does. So Singapore is lending 500,000 doses of Cominarty vaccine to Australia for their immediate use and Australia will return the vaccines in December when they should have quite a bit of Cominarty vaccines available.
I applaud the cooperation and more of these exchanges should be arranged.