Biological samples are placed in a nitrogen freeze chamber at the Ambroise Pare Clinic in Paris. The vaccine developed by Pfizer must be stored in deep-freezer conditions and requires two doses administered three weeks apart, making it more difficult to deploy the shot effectively. Photo: Bloomberg Biological samples are placed in a nitrogen freeze chamber at the Ambroise Pare Clinic in Paris. The vaccine developed by Pfizer must be stored in deep-freezer conditions and requires two doses administered three weeks apart, making it more difficult to deploy the shot effectively. Photo: Bloomberg
Biological samples are placed in a nitrogen freeze chamber at the Ambroise Pare Clinic in Paris. The vaccine developed by Pfizer must be stored in deep-freezer conditions and requires two doses administered three weeks apart, making it more difficult to deploy the shot effectively. Photo: Bloomberg
Nicholas Spiro
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Nicholas Spiro

Coronavirus vaccine news is no cure for the pandemic recession. Next, policymakers must deliver

  • Euphoria aside, the promise of a Covid-19 vaccine does not undo the damage already caused by the pandemic. Also, there are significant logistical and political hurdles to clear before mass vaccination is possible

Biological samples are placed in a nitrogen freeze chamber at the Ambroise Pare Clinic in Paris. The vaccine developed by Pfizer must be stored in deep-freezer conditions and requires two doses administered three weeks apart, making it more difficult to deploy the shot effectively. Photo: Bloomberg Biological samples are placed in a nitrogen freeze chamber at the Ambroise Pare Clinic in Paris. The vaccine developed by Pfizer must be stored in deep-freezer conditions and requires two doses administered three weeks apart, making it more difficult to deploy the shot effectively. Photo: Bloomberg
Biological samples are placed in a nitrogen freeze chamber at the Ambroise Pare Clinic in Paris. The vaccine developed by Pfizer must be stored in deep-freezer conditions and requires two doses administered three weeks apart, making it more difficult to deploy the shot effectively. Photo: Bloomberg
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