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February 14, 2021 at 5:28 pm
The uk Crossed the finish line at 15 pm, breaking the UK Quota 15 million There are a record number of people in Europe who have received their first dose of the Kovid vaccine, which Boris Johnson promised three months ago a month ago.
More than 15 million people in the UK have received at least one dose of the Kovid vaccine. “Today we have reached an important milestone in the National Immunization Program. This country has accomplished An extraordinary achievement, Administering 15 million doses of the vaccine to some of the nation’s most vulnerable people, “Prime Minister Johnson commented enthusiastically on Twitter, announcing he had reached the milestone the day before the event.
Britain surpasses 15 million vaccine milestones
According to data provided by Nadim Zahavi, head of the vaccination campaign, 15.1 million first doses and 535,000 boosters have been administered to date. The United Kingdom has actually chosen to immediately replace two doses of the Kovid vaccine, to wait for 12 weeks between the first and second administrations to allow more people to be vaccinated. A strategy that could prove successful in AstraZeneca’s case is if we think that in light of the results revealed in Phase 3 studies, even AIFA recommended a few days ago that vaccines from Oxford and AstraZeneca be Be withdrawn 12 weeks after first administration.
The government’s goal was to bring at least one dose of the vaccine to the most vulnerable or exposed to the virus by mid-February: nursing home residents, health care workers, those over 70 and vulnerable. Tomorrow the government should tell if all the most vulnerable groups have actually been vaccinated.
However, meanwhile, I Infections are decreasing. In the last 24 hours, 10,972 cases have been registered against 13,308 yesterday and 15,845. The death toll also declined: there were 258 deaths as against 373 last Sunday. Regarding vaccine first effects or restrictive measures? It is too early to say. It is certain that viruses beyond the channel have been hit particularly hard. Since the onset of the epidemic, 4,038,078 people have tested positive for Saras-Cove-2, while the total number of victims has risen to 121,674.