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Vaccines to be delivered to Island in special dry ice containers

Packages must be stored at minus 70 degrees

The Covid-19 vaccine to be rolled out across the Isle of Man as early as next week, will be delivered in 'special containers with dry ice'.

It's so the Pfizer/BioNTech packages can be stored at minus 70 degrees.

Forty-million doses have been ordered by the UK, with the Island to have a proportionate share.

Professor of molecular medicine at Anglia Ruskin University is Stephen Bustin: