Covid-19 vaccine: The World Health Organization says that countries should not withdraw from vaccination due to high storage costs and temperature problems of some vaccines. Let us tell you that Pfizer’s developed potential Kovid-19 vaccine requires a temperature of minus 70 degrees Celsius. The RNA vaccine of Moderna can be preserved for a month at 2-8 ° C. More storage will be needed for longer storage. Russia’s Sputync-V vaccine can be preserved at minus 18 ° C.
No storage cost and temperature hinder vaccination – WHO
On Friday, Kate O’Brien, director of immunization at the health agency, said, “All countries need to work hard to innovate the system so that the vaccine can be supplied in an ultra-cold chain. Keep this in mind Many countries can opt for an ultra-cold chain vaccine to immunize the particular needy of the population. “
Temperature barrier to protect Kovid-19 vaccine
In a virtual briefing, he gave an example that such a vaccine can be applied to health care workers at centers where there is a very low temperature freezer. is not a problem. He believes that the main message is that with the help of technology, delivery of ultra-cold chain vaccine can be done. Delivery can be ensured to even the most hostile and remote areas, but to do so will require enormous resources. So we need to do this is to have a diverse vaccine with different characteristics.
Let me tell you that most of the Kovid-19 vaccines being developed are in the final stages of human trials. Most of them are classified as cold chains. This means that a special temperature is needed to protect and carry the vaccine. In India, the challenge is to protect the Kovid-19 vaccine at temperatures below 0-70 ° C. AIIMS director Dr Randeep Guleria had told that most of the vaccines are kept in India at a temperature of 2-8 ° C. Vaccines can be stored in cold stored chains at temperatures as low as 0–25 ° C, but remote areas do not have such cold temperatures.
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