Vaccine administration is much harder than it seems
Even though the long, difficult process of developing an effective vaccine against the coronavirus has ended successfully, now begins another long, difficult process: The act of administering the vaccine into people’s arms. According to Reuters, 10 million doses of the vaccine remain unused. What is going on?
Vaccine administration is much harder than it sounds for at least two reasons: Logistics and vaccine refusal.
The logistical problem begins with shipping and storage, since the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines must be kept in the freezer. (The Pfizer vaccine requires an especially cold freezer.) But the logistical problem doesn’t end once the …
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