Separately, Pfizer's chief executive Albert Bourla said on Tuesday that the firm plans to submit its vaccine data to the US Food and Drug Administration for emergency-use authorisation. "The Pfizer vaccine requires a lot, lot colder refrigeration".
Delhi Airport has two cargo terminals that can handle over 1.5 lakh metric tonne (1 MT is 1,000 kg) and has "temperature-controlled zones with separate cool chambers ranging from +25°C to -20°C, which would be extremely conducive for distribution of Covid 19 vaccines", said a spokesperson.
The state company has yet to provide any clinical evidence of efficacy.
Many who have been inoculated in China are not formal participants in drugmakers' trials and are said to have done so voluntarily.
"We are optimistic that we'll be able to do that before Christmas, and obviously we'll share that with you as soon as we can at that point".
"We're still waiting to get to the point where we can do the analysis to just work out how well the vaccine can protect people, and we're getting ever closer to that", he told journalists. "Most of us are sitting here because we were vaccinated".
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However, until there is any further confirmation regarding the same from the company, we need to wait for further speculations. If Samsung does work out a cheaper UTG glass with Corning, more affordable foldable phones can surely be a thing next year.
"The companies will be ready to distribute the vaccine candidate within hours after authorization", the companies' statement said.
Dr. Elizabeth Cuevas with DSHS Public Health Region 11, said during a news conference on Friday that health officials there were working with local stakeholders on vaccination planning and needs.
The meeting of Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee will discuss the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine candidate. "Under emergency use, we have now applied it to nearly a million people". Only then is the FDA expected to grant full approval, which would allow vaccinations of the general population.
Dr Gang Zeng, a Sinovac researcher involved in the CoronaVac study, said the vaccine could be an attractive option as it can be stored at normal fridge temperatures of 2 deg C to 8 deg C and may remain stable for up to three years.
"As a company located in Germany in the heart of Europe, our interactions with the European Medicines Agency [EMA] are of particular importance to us and we have continuously provided data to them as part of our rolling review process".