Published: Mon, March 22, 2021

Vaccine: More Than Half Of UK Adult Population Has First Dose

Vaccine: More Than Half Of UK Adult Population Has First Dose

The first dose of the vaccine was received by 22,83,157 people.

On the website, they have different categories to choose from, like "essential worker 1B and 1C" or "high risk".

"The vaccine is a national success story and our way out of this pandemic", said Hancock, adding that he was "delighted".

Around 45,000 to 50,000 people are now on the vaccine waitlist for John Hunt Park. "I once again suggest that people get vaccinated as soon as possible so as to acquire immunity".

While Britain should be proud of its vaccination drive, it is time to start thinking about the rest of the world, said Dr. Jeremy Farrar, director of Wellcome, a London-based health policy think tank.

The committee announced its conclusion on Friday that the available data do not suggest any overall increase in clotting conditions, such as deep venous thrombosis or pulmonary embolism, following administration of the vaccine.


Union Health Ministry in its daily vaccination update on Saturday said the cumulative number of COVID19 vaccine doses administered in the country has crossed 4.36 crore with 16 lakh inoculated today. But of course, some of the damage had been done in people's minds about the vaccine.

This phase has included health care workers, those 65 years old and over, and younger adults with certain medical conditions, such as cancer, heart disease and diabetes.

China's first local coronavirus case in weeks was a staff worker at a hospital and had received two shots of a vaccine between end-January and early February, state media has reported.

Harris said that Alabama will follow President Joe Biden's request for the country and open up eligibility to all adults on May 1. The United States is second at 35 doses per 100. "It is not easy, but we are making considerable progress", he said.

Among Alabama's largest counties, Jefferson is leading the way in vaccination rate.

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