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UK: Everyone over the age of 50 has been vaccinated or has a date

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 government committees include these groups to access 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.

Boris Johnson In a statement on Tuesday, the British Prime Minister called for a major milestone in the UK vaccination campaign, implementing the vaccination program for all risk groups identified by the JCVI. Johnson added: “Britain can now move towards achieving the goal of vaccinating all British adults against the corona virus by the end of July.”

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 Oxford / Astrogeneca vaccine, the Moderna vaccine and the Pfizer / Bioentech vaccine are currently used in the UK.

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