The first wave of vaccination to begin in the UK from today

The pandemic almost trembled the whole world, but it struck hard in the UK. Many people in the UK became the victims of the virus, and the death rate crossed 75,000. To all the unhappenings that occurred, we are now on the verge to receive happy news from the vaccine developers.

The government revised the vaccination schedule for the people from the Pfizer and BioNTech companies. The pleasing information about the vaccination will happen in this coming week. For instance, we know that the Pfizer vaccine is 95 percent effective.

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People aged above 80, health care workers, and who all are susceptible utmost are the first to get vaccinated. Also, the patients will require to come hospitable for a booster jab after 21 days of first vaccination. The vaccination program will be done at 50 hospitals from today.

From December 14, even GP surgeons will start to vaccinate. Secondly, the vaccine spots may be at some sporting avenues and other large places. Pfizer said to deliver 800,000 doses of vaccine to the UK this week. Eventually, the UK needs 40 million doses to vaccinate almost 20 million people.

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Source: Science Alert

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