Germany’s coronavirus vaccination campaign has faced delays in several cities after medical staff found potential irregularities in the cooling of the vaccine produced by local company BioNTech and America’s Pfizer.
- The Pfizer vaccine may not have been kept at temperatures of about -70 degrees Celsius while being shipped
- Several northern Bavarian cities delayed inoculating residents due to uncertainty about whether the temperature had been maintained
- Officials said safety was the priority, not getting as many people vaccinated as quickly as possible
The European Union launched a mass COVID-19 vaccination drive on Sunday (local time) with pensioners and health workers lining up to get the first shots to see off a pandemic that has…
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