Special freezers for coronavirus vaccines are loaded onto a transport aircraft near the Ottawa airport in the eastern Canadian province of Ontario. Photo: Reuters Special freezers for coronavirus vaccines are loaded onto a transport aircraft near the Ottawa airport in the eastern Canadian province of Ontario. Photo: Reuters
Special freezers for coronavirus vaccines are loaded onto a transport aircraft near the Ottawa airport in the eastern Canadian province of Ontario. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus: Canada deploys boats, planes to vaccinate remote indigenous communities

  • Most indigenous communities are expected to use Moderna’s vaccine because it remains stable at 2-8 Celsius for 30 days
  • But distributing the shot across difficult and remote terrain will be a challenge as some communities are reachable only by boat

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Special freezers for coronavirus vaccines are loaded onto a transport aircraft near the Ottawa airport in the eastern Canadian province of Ontario. Photo: Reuters Special freezers for coronavirus vaccines are loaded onto a transport aircraft near the Ottawa airport in the eastern Canadian province of Ontario. Photo: Reuters
Special freezers for coronavirus vaccines are loaded onto a transport aircraft near the Ottawa airport in the eastern Canadian province of Ontario. Photo: Reuters
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