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Nearly 100 British policemen wanted to jump the queue for vaccination and were persuaded to leave by the police on duty.

Nearly 100 British policemen wanted to jump the queue for vaccination and were persuaded to leave by the police on duty.

Overseas Network, February 8th British media said that recently, as many as 100 British policemen went to the vaccination center to get vaccinated after using the exclusive appointment link for medical staff.

They have been persuaded to leave by the police on duty.

According to the Daily Mail on the 7th, a British medical staff shared a dedicated coronavirus vaccine appointment link with one of his police relatives on the social tool Whatsapp, and the link was then spread wildly.

After registering on the website, the police went to the vaccine center together for vaccination.

The police on duty had to go to the vaccine center to let them leave. The sheriff also sent an email warning that police officers should not use dedicated links to make appointments or go to vaccination centers for vaccination, otherwise they will be disciplined.

The situation was very rare that day, sources said. “A large number of policemen went to the vaccination center to try to get a coronavirus vaccine.

It’s a ‘spectacle’ that they even let people in line leave after they arrived at the vaccination center.” West Midlands Police Chief Andy Beard said that the police involved thought the link was real and authorized.

Beard said that discussions are being discussed on how to vaccinate the police, but this needs to be after the most vulnerable people have been vaccinated.

“We still need to proceed in the right order of priorities before we make a decision,” he added.

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