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Vaccine For Covid-19 Will Be “Delivered To UK Hospitals In 10 Days Time”

Vaccine for COVID-19 will be given to NHS (National Health Scheme) staff in the coming next ten days, according to the reports, it will roll out the over-80s and care home residents.

Vaccine For Covid-19 Will Be "Delivered To UK Hospitals In 10 Days Time"

The National Health Scheme England expect the delivery of the vaccines stock, which are produced by BioNTech/Pfizer from 7th to December 9.

The “Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation” (JCVI) said in September that their staff and the elderly people living in cade homes should be vaccinated first. Still, according to the latest report, it is said that the Medical staff should be vaccinated at first.

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One of the senior Hospital executives said to The Guardian: “We’ve been told to expect the vaccine on December 7 and plan to start vaccinating our staff all that week.”

“However, it’s the Pfizer vaccine we’re getting, so it can’t be moved again once it gets to us and we then have to use it within five days, as that’s its shelf life.”

“The original plan was to do care homes first. But once the vaccine gets to us it can’t be used in the community, so only NHS staff will be able to have it, at least initially.”

Vaccine For Covid-19 Will Be "Delivered To UK Hospitals In 10 Days Time"

Another hospitals executive told the Guardian: “Officially the assumption is that the government will follow the JCVI’s advice. But in practice the NHS will vaccinate NHS staff with the Pfizer vaccine, and pretty quickly, because of its short shelf life. So it will be NHS staff who get it first.”

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