Over the coming months, millions of Australians will roll up a sleeve to get the Pfizer-BioNTech jab, just as millions have done for the AstraZeneca shot already.
But if you take a look at the vial before the syringe goes in, you may notice something curious – the lack of the actual Pfizer name on the label.
The most prominent name on the pack is one few Aussies will have seen before. That name is “Comirnaty”.
Similarly, when the US-produced Moderna vaccine heads our way, the vials will likely say “Spikevax”.
It’s OK – they’re all the real deal. You’re not getting an Aldi-esque version of a vaccine, where the pack looks similar to a big name but it’s a different brand.