Emirates works with UNICEF to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine



Under the UNICEF Humanitarian Airfreight Initiative, Emirates will prioritize shipping COVID-19 vaccine and related supplies.

The UNICEF Humanitarian Airfreight Initiative brings together partners capable of distributing essential supplies to more than 100 markets to support COVAX, a global effort with the goal of ensuring equal access to the COVID-19 vaccine.

Emirates works with UNICEF to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine

Emirates SkyCargo will prioritize the transportation of COVID-19 vaccines / ph: Emirates

Under an agreement with UNICEF, Emirates SkyCargo will prioritize the transportation of COVID-19 vaccines, essential medicines, medical equipment and other vital supplies to help cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.

In October 2020, Emirtates SkyCargo announced that it was building the largest air cargo distribution center in the world to achieve the European Union's GDP certification.

 This is a dedicated center for storing and distributing COVID-19 vaccine.  With vaccine storage space of more than 15,000 square meters, the center in Dubai is capable of storing large quantities of COVID-19 vaccines, thereby shipping small quantities of vaccines at regular intervals to markets where the cold chain system for vaccine storage is limited, thus reducing the need to install large-scale storage solutions.

Emirates works with UNICEF to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine

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