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How Pfizer plans to keep its vaccine at subarctic temperatures during transport – CBS News

CBS News got an inside look at the logistical challenges of getting Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine to the public.



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Pfizer is now the first company to apply for emergency authorization of its coronavirusvaccine, setting off a sprint by scientists at the Food and Drug Administration to approve it. 
About 25 million doses of the Pfizer vaccine may become available in December, 30 million in January and 35 million more in February and March, according to information presented to the National Academy of Medicine this week. Recipients will need two doses, three weeks apart.
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