February 15th According to London, the British government announced on the 14th local time that the UK had achieved the goal of at least 15 million people vaccinated against the novel coronavirus by mid-February.
In his video speech, British Prime Minister Johnson called it an “important milestone” and said that Britain has achieved “extraordinary achievements”.
According to the data released on the 13th, 15062,189 people in the UK have been vaccinated with the first dose of coronavirus vaccine.
According to the German News Agency, the United Kingdom began to carry out large-scale coronavirus vaccination on December 8, 2020, and achieving the target of 15 million people is considered to be the first real success of the British government in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
However, only about 537,000 people were vaccinated with the second dose. Experts believe that people can only be fully protected if they are vaccinated with a second dose.
In addition, Johnson praised Britain’s vaccination goals while saying that “no one can be proud and complacent…
The future will undoubtedly be bumpy, and we still have a long way to go.”