The United Kingdom vaccinated people 50 years before the deadline

The United Kingdom vaccinated people 50 years before the deadline

The United Kingdom on Monday reached the goal of giving the first dose of the vaccine to people over the age of 50, scheduled for mid-April, as a success of the British vaccine campaign.

The Boris Johnson government has launched a massive vaccination campaign, which has fulfilled its ambitious timetable, in view of the heavy health balance the country has put forward in relation to more than 27,000 deaths – with other countries in Western Europe.

Three days before the mid-April deadline, the goal of proposing at least one dose of the vaccine to everyone over the age of 50, the most vulnerable and highly exported population, was achieved Monday, Downing Street night, he announced.

Since December, more than 32 million people have received at least one dose, which is 60% of the country’s adult population, accounting for 66 million people.

Boris Johnson welcomed a “very significant” move and reaffirmed the goal of proposing the first dose of the vaccine for all adults by July 31st.

This evolution was achieved despite storage difficulties and the precautionary decision to limit the AstraZeneca vaccine to those over 30, which is essential in the British arsenal, due to fears raised by rare blood clots, 19 deaths 20 million vaccines used in the country.

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