February 3rd According to Bloomberg on the 3rd, British Health Secretary Matt Hancock said on the same day that the United Kingdom drew on a commercial film about the disaster of the epidemic when formulating a coronavirus vaccine distribution plan.
In an interview with LBC Radio, Hancock said that the UK’s vaccine distribution plan was influenced by the 2011 pandemic disaster film Infectious Diseases.” The film shows that the biggest pressure on vaccine projects during the pandemic is not from before distribution.” “But after that, it’s necessary to decide on the priorities of the people who are vaccinated,” he said.
The report said that the number of people vaccinated against the coronavirus in the UK has approached 10 million, and many British officials believe that promoting vaccination is a way to lift the blockade and restore the economy.
Hancock said he insisted that the government order sufficient vaccines to ensure that all adults in the UK can complete the vaccination.
The UK government had previously said the goal was to vaccinate 15 million high-risk populations in mid-February, but there is still debate about whether teachers, police and other key job workers should be given priority to vaccination.