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The ability to store the life-saving jabs at higher temperatures gives vaccine distribution centers “greater flexibility” and makes them “easier to transport and use” in rural or hard-to-reach areas, BioNTech’s CEO Ugur Sahin said.
The new vaccine “stability data” revealed by the companies have now been submitted to U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the paper reported. Pfizer’s groundbreaking vaccine was the first to be approved in the US and Europe last year. But in November, experts warned that the vaccine could become a logistical nightmare to distribute to because of sub-zero storage temperatures.
Companies involved in shipping the shots have since complained also that the government had failed to consider temperature-related challenges of “last mile” delivery. The need to store and transport the vaccine at ultra-freezing temperatures has delayed its rollout, especially in remote areas without so-called “cold-chain” infrastructure.
Gab, a social network favored by the alt-right that exploded in popularity after the riots at the US Capitol, was offline Friday evening, and its Twitter account also went dark.
Twitter users first started posting that the website and its associated social media account went down at around 6:30 p.m. Eastern time.
At least one Twitter user who claimed to be on Gab just before it went dark Friday night speculated that the site was hacked as a part of a cryptocurrency scam. The Post could not verify that theory.
The website’s founder, Andrew Torba, could not be immediately reached for comment.
Gab was taken offline in 2018 by its host after the suspect in the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre posted anti-Semitic rants and conspiracy theories. It then began accepting cryptocurrency for payments to bypass tech companies.
The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine no longer needs to be kept at ultra-freezing temperatures and can be safely stored inside normal medical freezers — making distribution easier, the firm said in a report Friday. The makers of the shots, including the German biotechnology firm BioNTech, have discovered the doses can remain at between 5 and -13 degrees Fahrenheit without spoiling — instead of -94 degrees like previously thought, according to the Financial Times.