In Britain, the British government said on Tuesday that all members over the age of 50 and most vulnerable people may have been vaccinated against the corona virus or have a date to do so.
The Downing Street announcement emphasizes that this was achieved ahead of schedule, as it includes government projects. These groups of people should have access to the vaccine by April 15.
Residents and caregivers aged 80 and over and front line health and care services topped the list of priority vaccines compiled by the British Government’s Joint Vaccine Commission (JCVI) last year, followed by 75, 70, 65, 60, 55, respectively. , And finally those over 50 followed.
In a statement on Tuesday, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson passed a vaccination program for all risk groups identified by the JCVI as a major milestone in the UK vaccination campaign. Johnson added: Britain can now achieve that goal By the end of July, all British adults should be vaccinated against the corona virus.
The London Prime Minister’s Office has announced that nearly 40 million doses of the first and second doses of the vaccine have been given since the mass vaccination campaign began on December 8 and will begin announcing that those under the age of 50 can apply. A vaccination date.
The Downing Street announcement also confirmed that the company is on track to achieve its goal of giving the first dose of the corona virus vaccine to all adults by July 31.
The JCVI is expected to present final guidelines on how the government will implement the vaccination program for those under the age of 50, and the release of this guide will lead to the next phase of the vaccination campaign, which is expected to begin this week, the London Prime Minister’s Office said. According to Downing Street, the first step in the new phase of the vaccination program is to announce that those in their late 40s can register for a vaccination appointment.
According to the latest figures from the British Department of Health The first dose of corona virus vaccine was given for 32,190,576 and the second dose for 7,656,205. Since the beginning of the UK vaccination campaign. The Oxford / Astrogeneca vaccine, the Moderna vaccine and the Pfizer / Bioentech vaccine are currently used in the UK.
The UK Public Health Service (PHE) said in a comprehensive report on comprehensive vaccine efficacy recently published: Sample estimates show that between the beginning of December and the end of March, there were 1,200 out of a population of over 9,100 and 70 out of 70. 79 and 1.60 in 60-79 year olds. Of those under 69, one hundred or 10,400 deaths in the total study population were prevented by the corona virus vaccine.