6 key obstacles states face as they prepare for COVID-19 vaccine distribution

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Saving Pfizer and BioNTechs vaccine, which need to be kept at -94 degrees.

Ensuring masses of significantly uncertain people that the shots are safe.

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Here are 6 key challenges states are having a hard time to conquer as they prepare their strategies:.

Katie Adams –
Wednesday, October 14th, 2020
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Integrating the federal governments top-down assistance with a mostly bottom-up shipment system.

Tracking who got the vaccine, in addition to when and where, as most of the vaccine candidates require two dosages weeks apart.

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Identifying who is qualified to get the first dosages.

The CDCs Oct. 16 deadline for states to send their COVID-19 vaccine distribution plans is quickly approaching, but states are still struggling to attend to the logistical obstacles and considerable unpredictabilities surrounding mass COVID-19 inoculation in the U.S., according to Bloomberg Law.

Carrying vaccines from drugmakers to health care facilities.