... I think the lottery concept of vaccine distribution is interesting part of the movie.
Much easier to distribute and administer. It was even self-administered in the movie.
The companies working on a Covid-19 vaccine are all working on an injectable dosage form.
Also - its been said that this vaccine will have to be shipped refrigerated or frozen. This makes shipping from the manufacturing facility to the distribution points to the final destination where the vaccine needs to be administered all the more problematic and complicated.
They have to make sure that the temperature requirements are maintained throughout the whole distribution chain. Any lapse in the temperature requirements could render the vaccine ineffective.
I think back to the movie often...of course in the movie, there was no completely corrupt government.
... Some plot point differences or missed opportunities in the original (based on actual Pandemic 2020)...
- Runs on toilet paper;
- Shortage of computer monitors and office chairs;
- The whole mask thing;
- We discover 40% of our population are idiots;
Please reply with other thoughts...
Our current reality is beyond surreal. I remember how scary this movie was upon it's release(I saw it in theater), other than the kidnapping, the events surrounding C19 have surpassed the frightening aspects of the movie, down to Forsythia (Hydroxychloroquine).
... Keilar of CNN yesterday, and he said the studio executives would have sent him home if he tried to pitch a movie where the President spread misinformation about the virus and so badly failed the people he had sworn to protect.