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Jeong also echoed concerns about Pfizer’s cold-chain requirements and said the U.S. donations should be accompanied by efforts to improve infrastructure and educate health workers in receiving countries.
For months, Pfizer has said it would study whether its vaccines could remain viable in easier-to-manage conditions.
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