HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, VEREINIGTE STAATEN21. DEZEMBER 2020QUELLE: AFPTV1. Halbnahe Colleen Teevan, a pharmacy clinician, fills a syringe with the Moderna vaccine from a vial2. Totale nurse Laura Bailey prepares to administer a vaccine dose to nurse Lynn Whitney 3. Halbnahe nurse Laura Bailey administers a vaccine dose to nurse Lynn Whitney 4. O-TON 1 - Keith Grant, senior director of infection prevention at Hartford Hospital (Mann, English, 19 Sek.): 'So from an operational perspective, the Pfizer vaccine, I know its been long recorded, the fact that there’s much that needs to be done with this vaccine in order for you to store it. For example -60, -80 (degrees Celsius, ed). Not many facilities have that capability, right? With the Moderna Vaccine, your storage requirement (is the same, ed) as any other vaccine. So it's not that complicated. I think it's -20 (degrees Celsius, ed). So that's one of the primary differences and that’s one difference that should be focussed on. The other thing is the second dose for the Moderna vaccine is 28 days from the first vaccine versus 21 days for the Pfizer vaccine.'