I've read elsewhere that the Pfizer vaccine also needs to be stored and transported at -80 degrees c.
I don't know if GP surgeries have that kind of capability - which could make distribution more difficult?
I've imported the above post from the Virus thread.
Our local surgery has issued a statement about this vaccine. It states that it has to be stored at a minimum temperature of -70C, which means that wherever the vaccinations take place will have to be provided with a special freezer.
It also states that it takes two people 20 minutes to prepare each vaccination.
But I've yet to see any mention of these facts on TV. Looks to me as if it will literally take years for everyone to be vaccinated if this one is used.