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She recalled the 2009 swine flu pandemic, when wealthy countries like the US scooped up most doses of the H1N1 vaccine.
The company announced in September that 350,000 people had received doses of its candidates at that point.
In high doses, formic acid-producing ants can even chase off bears.
Even if the vaccine doses remain fully intact and untampered with throughout the entire production and storage process, there are still plenty of opportunities for vaccination efforts to be compromised.
Other types of vaccines need cells grown in the lab to make millions of doses.
These cartons can stay cold enough to keep the doses viable for up to 10 days, according to details provided by the company.
MOST STATES AREN’T READY TO DISTRIBUTE THE LEADING COVID-19 VACCINEBY ISAAC ARNSDORF, RYAN GABRIELSON AND CAROLINE CHENNOVEMBER 10, 2020PROPUBLICA
It requires some two months of data after volunteers have gotten their final doses to judge a vaccine’s safety.
The company has designed reusable containers that can keep the doses at ultracold temperatures, and is organizing trucks and flights to move them.
Unfortunately, like many kids, I didn’t have much appreciation for the spice, as I would often accidentally chomp into whole pods and get smacked with a concentrated dose of perfume, something some people do intentionally as a breath freshener.
In the other trial, which was still considered a failed study, a subset of participants who got a high dose appeared to do better.

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