January 18 – As the UK’s coronavirus vaccination plan continues to advance, the UK will vaccinate people over 70 years old and those who are clinically vulnerable to the novel coronavirus from this week.
According to the report, more than 3.8 million people in the UK have been vaccinated against the first dose of the novel coronavirus, including people over 80 years old, nursing home residents and NHS staff.
From the 18th local time, the United Kingdom will vaccinate people over 70 years old and those who are clinically classified as extremely vulnerable to the novel coronavirus.
It is reported that more than a dozen mass vaccination centers will open on the 18th local time.
The British government revealed on the 17th local time that the vaccination speed in the country is about 140 people per minute.
It is said that there are two kinds of vaccines currently used in the UK, one is a coronavirus vaccine jointly developed by Pfizer and German biotechnology company, and the other is a coronavirus vaccine developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca.