Pfizer vaccine was added to Korea today (24th).
This is a picture of the transfer process with a thermal imaging camera, and the more blue it is, the lower the temperature.
The Pfizer vaccine, which must be kept below -70 degrees Celsius, is what people are holding now, and you can see that this part is more blue.
Today, there are 250,000 people, and as of December 31, 1946, seniors born before that time will receive the Pfizer vaccine next month.
This is Park Soo-jin.
Pfizer vaccine in the container is slowly unloaded from the plane.
After leaving the airport, they were transferred to 22 vaccination centers nationwide, maintaining a cold chain below -70 degrees Celsius.
The number of shipments arriving today is 250,000, and another 250,000 will be delivered next week.
It is used for vaccination for seniors aged 75 years or older starting the 1st of the following month.
Those born before December 31, 1946 are eligible.
Local governments are busy getting informed consent for vaccination.
The Pfizer vaccine has a lot to explain as the elderly must visit the vaccination center and get it.
[I do vaccination at the Sports Culture Center.
If you want to receive the result of vaccination by text, click here to receive it by KakaoTalk (check it.)]
[Park Myung-hee/Pfizer vaccination target (76 years old): You must be right in order to protect your health.
I think it would be okay to think that way of getting a flu or pneumonia shot.] The
government is also considering providing transportation or bringing vaccines to the elderly in islands with limited mobility or poor transportation.
Health authorities are also thoroughly preparing to respond to adverse reactions after vaccination.
We plan to check for abnormalities by calling the elderly living alone or visiting the house for at least three days.
[Minah Jo/Passenger in Macheon 1-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul: If you say you're not feeling well, it's a part that you need to run quickly and check, so I think government officials and our bankbooks should work together.]
The health authorities called for active participation, saying that vaccination is more important for older people with underlying diseases.
(Video editing: Jo Moo-hwan, CG: Lee Ah-reum, VJ: Shin So-young)