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1Delivering COVID-19 VaccineName of StudentCode/Course NameTuition’s NameUniversityStateDate
2Delivering COVID-19 Vaccine1.Identify the Objective Since the breakout of the COVID-19 pandemic, many countries across the world havebeen terrified in the manner in which the disease spread. The pandemic has resulted in manydeaths and has also brought the economy of many countries almost to its knees. Currently,Scientists around the world are working at an unprecedented pace to test different types ofvaccines that could help to stop the spread of COVID-19. However, once the vaccine has beenestablished, another great challenge will be how the vaccine will be distributed to all countriesacross the world. The objective of this paper is to design a supply chain and logistics that willfacilitate the delivery of the COVID-19 Vaccine (Goldston, 2020). 2. Set of ConstraintsThere are various constraints which are likely to be encountered during the study, some of themajor Constraints include:Limited Access to dataFormulation of the research aims and objectives. How is this problem addressed today?Doctors across the globe have emphasized the need to implement as well as ensure astable supply chains that will deliver potential COVID-19 vaccines. It is generally important tonote that providing the COVID-19 vaccine or any other kind of vaccine nationally as well as
3internationally presents a whole other challenge in itself. It is, however, a challenge that must beprepared for. Scientist have advised that the road to creating as well as supplying the effectivevaccine is likely to be a long journey fraught having a lot of disruptions as well as false dawns.This process is also quite costly and have a higher chance of failure (Azeem, 2020). This is thesole reason why it typically takes longer, basically several years in order to bring a vaccine tointernational market; this is what the world is currently facing during this difficult time ofCOVID-19 Pandemic. Because many countries are becoming desperate, many of the great