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Vaccine temperatures

06. September 2021

Vaccines programmes are rolled out to great effect. Countries are struggling to get as many vaccines as possible to secure immunisation before fall, and due to the short supply of COVID-19 vaccines it has never been more mission-critical to be able to depend on refrigerator and freezer capacity for safekeeping.

 

Correct storage
When storing vaccines, you want correct and stable temperatures in cabinets optimised for this exact purpose. It is not uncommon to see temperature critical items, such as vaccines and medicine stored in domestic appliances that are designed to meet a completely different set of criteria and compliance requirements. Vaccines stored incorrectly, can potentially lead to reduced potency and lower the efficacy and protection they are supposed to provide.

 

Temperature is crucial
Therefore, it is crucial that the storage temperature meets the requirements outlined by the manufacturer of the vaccine. Across the globe companies are working to secure cold-chain logistics for the COVID-19 vaccine proliferation – we at Gram Bioline are proudly taking an active part in this and our products has shown its worth during the pandemic.

We of course secure safety; besides full set of documentation, all Gram Bioline products come with 24-hour Factory Acceptance Test (FAT), securing the products are operating and performing according to specifications.  

 

 

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