Pfizer announced last week that it’s COVID-19 vaccination has shown to be 90% effective in early trials. Four states selected to launch it’s pilot delivery program are: Texas, Rhode Island, New Mexico and Tennessee. This week the pharmaceutical company said no state will receive preferential treatment and each state participating would receive the vaccinations at the same time. The problem with the drug from Pfizer is that it must be kept at minus 94 Fahrenheit, that is way below the normal storage temperatures for vaccines. How will that be stored and kept at the correct temperatures?
Pfizer launching COVID-19 delivery in four states including Texas.