VILNIUS - Two ultra low temperature freezers for storing COVID-19 vaccines have been delivered to Lithuania, the country's Health Ministry said on Thursday.
"These two ultra low temperature (at least minus 75C) freezers will be used only for part of vaccines that need to be stored in very low temperatures. It had been planned that these freezers would be delivered to Lithuania early next year, but the Health Emergency Situations Centre under the Ministry of Health managed to acquire these freezer earlier and their were delivered to Lithuania on December 10,"...
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